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|Compatibility||Microsoft Windows XP|
|Compatibility||Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4|
|Minimum Operating System||Microsoft Windows XP|
|Minimum Operating System||Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4|
|Minimum RAM (GB)||128|
|Number of discs||0.3|
Also known as: Crystal Reports XI Developer Edition - Complete package -
Crystal Reports XI provides for dynamic and cascading prompts. This means that report designers can base report prompts on dynamic values. They no longer need to maintain static prompt value lists within individual reports and they can reuse existing prompts stored in the repository. The new RTF export format is excellent for report export editing. This complements the existing RTF export of optimized accuracy and forms processing. The result is that the end user is now able to enhance and expand a report in standard word processing applications. Pictures and graphics can now be placed in a report through a link in the database so that it is no longer necessary to store images within the database. This supports the common practice of storing images on the web server and storing references to those images in the database.
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