How do I view a Crystal Report using properties of my object classes.

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Crystal Reports
Crystal Reports 8
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VB.NET 2005
In my project I have a lot of object classes. For exaple Student object class: This represents a single student with properties such as Studnet Name, Age, StudentID ect.

Now I want to create reports for my application. While designing the report (using crystal reports), I've found that my object classes' properties can alos be used as report fields. I've designed the report using my object class properties but I don't know how to display the report. Can anyone help me.

Additional Info: I have methods in all my objcet classes which can assign values for all the object's properties. For example: Student class has a GetStudentInfo() method which will fill all the class properties with values from the database.

I'm trying to do this using crystal reports. Can I do this with Microsoft Reports (rdlc)? If I can can anyone give me a tutorial?



Software/Hardware used:
VB.NET 2005, Crystal Reports 8
ASKED: November 22, 2009  3:50 AM
UPDATED: January 22, 2010  6:36 AM

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