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Crystal Enterprise Suite Interview Questions And Answers
Crystal Enterprise Suite frequently Asked Questions in various Crystal Enterprise Suite job Interviews by interviewer. Get preparation of Crystal Enterprise Suite job interview
1 Is it possible to design report layout in crystal reports without Database info?
2 How can we convert crystal dictionary dc5 file to another datasource format like mdb or xml schema?
3 How to performance tune reports?
4 What is the difference between running total and sub-total?
5 How to know the time taken for particular report execution?
6 How to create diff. types of templates?
7 Can we stop the database null values? How?
8 What is the section expert? Why we use it?
9 How can we change the Hierarchi of group? and for parameter also?
10 How many types of subreport are there?
11 In one subreport how many subreport we can insert?
12 What is subreport? In one report maximum how many subreport we can insert?
13 How many different types of reports we can create in Crystal reports?
14 What is OLAP grid? Where it is used?
15 What are the advantages or disadvantages of using Crystal Reports in a Windows Forms application as opposed to say rolling our own reports as HTML and displaying them in the Internet Explorer control?
16 How to "Print" in Crystal Reports while using ASP DOT NET Platform?
17 Can we use Crystal report as a stand-alone application?
18 How do we format field? How do we connect to the database?
19 Can we export data of reports into other format like in world doc etc?
20 Can we create report using more than one database?
21 Can we use our own SQL for creating a report?
22 What are the sections that we have in Crystal reports?
23 Can we add any database field once we have chosen Close button?
24 Can we use stored procedure for creating the report?
25 Does Crystal Report support all the functions that we have in Oracle?
26 What is caching? What are the different types of caching?
27 Is there any feature like summing total in crystal report?
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