SAP Crystal Reports

Top Tips for Date Calculations in Crystal Reports

Here are some of our Top Tips for Date Calculations in Crystal Reports: Calculate Days between two dates Date calculations are frequently used to calculate a period of time, for instance a number of days that has passed since an event has occurred. Formula Name: @Processing Days Formula Purpose: To calculate the number of days[…]

Crystal Reports

Enhance your Data Reports with Crystal Reports

What is Crystal Reports? An extremely powerful and easy to use database reporting tool, you can enhance your data reports with Crystal Reports.  Acting as a “Read Only” tool there is absolutely no chance of your data being changed or corrupted in any way.  So it doesn’t matter how many times you may run a[…]

Microsoft Excel Training Course at Eident

Training Course Discounts

At Eident we offer substantial discounts to multiple attendees booked on any of our standard public training courses.  For every additional attendee an organisation sends on one of our training courses in Glasgow or Edinburgh the percentage discount increases. Discounts from 25% to 85% apply for multiple bookings on the same course. For example, for[…]

Crystal Reports

Crystal Reports Linking Main and Sub Report Data

Linking a subreport to the data in the primary report Frequently, the data in a subreport supplements the data in the primary report. You might, for example, have customer data in a primary report and then use subreports to show the orders for each customer. In such cases, you will need to coordinate the data[…]

Crystal Reports

New Features in Crystal Reports 2016

After a few minor upgrades in previous editions, the new version of Crystal Reports coming out now actually has some useful new features: Conditional formatting of lines and boxes – a nice, simple formatting attribute, removing the need to create multiple sections with a different lines and each section conditionally hidden to show the different[…]