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Crystal Reports XI: Official Guide by Michael Voloshko, Annette Jonker, James Edkins, Neil FitzGerald

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Chapter 32 Using the Web Service’s SDK

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The Next Generation of Web Services 826

BI Web Services in the Real World 831

Configuring the Unified Web Services (UWS) Server 832

Building UWS Client Applications 833

Building an UWS SDK Portal 835

Review 838

The Next Generation of Web Services

Crystal .NET developers have enjoyed the ability to publish a Crystal Report as a web service for several years. For small deployments of unmanaged reports, tightly integrated into custom .NET applications, this is an appropriate and terrific capability. For larger deployments with a separate business intelligence (BI) infrastructure and managed report repository, this approach is not satisfactory because it is not cross-platform, does not scale, ...

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