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Learning Sap Crystal Reports 2013 Made Easy

Author : Indera E. Murphy
ISBN : 1935208217
Genre : Business report writing
File Size : 53.17 MB
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The book is a self-paced, hands-on learning tool. It is written from the perspective that the reader has not created a report before or has not used Crystal Reports.
Category: Business report writing

Sap Crystal Reports For Microsoft Visual Studio Made Easy

Author : Indera Murphy
ISBN : 1935208195
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File Size : 70.68 MB
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This book is specifically for the version of Crystal Reports that is used with Visual Studio 2010 and higher, (known as SAP Crystal Reports Developer, For Microsoft Visual Studio). If you have been looking for a book that has a lot of easy to understand, step-by-step instructions and screen shots that show you how to learn and use the version of Crystal Reports for Visual Studio, this is the book for you. This book is a self-paced visual guide and is written from the perspective that the reader has not created a report before or has not used Crystal Reports. This book is for the beginner and intermediate user. To help you become familiar with the options and features, this book contains over 500 illustrations that provide a visual tour of the software. If you are looking for a beginners book for Crystal Reports 2011, see ISBN 9781935208150.If you want to learn more than the basics of Crystal Reports, including using functions, enhancing parameter fields with formulas, creating subreports and more, our book, Crystal Reports Beyond The Basics (ISBN 9781935208181) will take your report design skills to the next level.

The History Present State And Future Of Information Technology

Author : Andrew Targowski
ISBN : 9781681100029
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In Part I, Prof. Targowski takes us through the evolution of modern computing and information systems. While much of this material is familiar to those of us who have lived through these developments, it would definitely not be familiar to our children or our students. He also introduces a perspective that I found both refreshing and useful: looking at the evolution on a country by country basis. For those of us who live in the U.S., it is all too easy to imagine that evolution to be a purely local phenomenon. I found my appreciation of the truly global nature of computing expanding as he walked me through each country’s contributions. In Parts II and III, constituting nearly half of the book, Targowski provides what I would describe as an in-depth case study of the challenges and successes of informatics in Poland. As he tells each story—many of which involved him personally—the reader cannot help but better understand the close relationship between the freedoms that we in the west take for granted and the ability to produce innovations in IT. Even after Poland left the orbit of the former Soviet Union, the remaining vestiges of the old way of thinking remained a major impediment to progress. Being right and being rigorous were far less important than being in tune with the “approved” ways of thinking. There are important lessons to be learned here, particularly as we try to project how IT will evolve in rapidly developing economies such as China. But, from my experience, they apply equally well to western academia, where moving outside of preferred values and patterns of research can lead a scholar to be ignored or even disparaged. In Part IV, Targowski presents a bold, forward-looking synthesis of informatics and informing science in the future. Building upon articles recently published in Informing Science: The International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline, he presents a conceptual scheme of historical informing waves that builds upon historians such as Toynbee. He then considers how these trends will necessarily force us to rethink how we develop and apply IT. He does not steer away from the controversial. But he also provides cogent arguments for all his predictions and recommendations.