1. Reports, reports, reports, reports.....REPORTS!
Why do users want reports?
I mean, isn't it enough for them to see their information on the screen?
Why waste paper, toner, printheads, time, money, etc.? If they *really*
want to distribute information to their clients, can't they just send them a
cheap computer with a replicated copy of the database? Wouldn't that just
be much simpler for everyone involved (especially me)?
I can't figure it out. I *try* and *try* to tell them that reports are
really unnecessary. It's all in their mind. It's a myth. Paper reports
are like...like...dinosaurs...just waiting for the next meteorite.
But, alas, they pay me no heed and continue to insist on reports. So, here
Currently, we're using Crystal Reports 7.0. But, I find I *ABSOLUTELY AND
UNEQUIVOCALLY DO NOT LIKE IT.* It's not that there's anything wrong, per
se, with the product. Just a preference.
Has anyone out there used both Crystal and Active Reports and have some
opinion or comparison they can offer?
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