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You if you are a software developer or database administrator - We create Crystal Reports, Microsoft RMS you'd like to give a clue to the

Database: Microsoft SQL Server or MSDE - This is your default SQL driver for connection to the distribution or flexibility means that you can use ODBC.
The table structure - it is very self-explanatory: to provide you the customer for example, transactions (invoices, returns, layaways, etc.), TransactionAmount, currency exchange, bid
Link - typically the master table [corporation] of the ID column, and transaction-related table links the ID column: Transaction.CustomerID = providing ideas Customer.ID. This query customer information, sales transactions, you must provide: b.FirstName, b.LastName SELECT * FROM [transaction] in this a.CustomerID = b.ID. Customer B can join. Please note the brackets around Transaction - A transaction in MS SQL transactions reserved - SQL92 Microsoft's harmony
Flow / synchronization for the hint - Microsoft RMS technology and all the data on a worksheet using the worksheet in the store, go to the head office database. Headquarters database transaction does not generate its own - so be careful and do not try the type of data integration.
SQL views and stored procedures - for example - RMS Headquarters database, write and feel free to distribute Crystal Reports.

Advanced Techniques - any ODBC / OLEDB compliant database, you can create a linked server in MS SQL Enterprise Manager: Ctree, PervasiveSQL / Btrieve, MS Access, Oracle, DB2, Unidata, Navision (C / ODBC) and can create geterogeneus PROC determine the structure using OPENROWSET and save - then you data from multiple systems in Crystal Reports can have.

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