Yes, that helped a great deal. Thanks!
--- In email@example.com, RSN <rsnsfi@...> wrote:
> Sean, You can connect to Vantage through an ODBC connection (RDO or
ADO). You need to go into your Windows, Control Panel, Administrative
tools, Datasources (ODBC connections) and open it. In the System DSN
tab, review to see what connections have been configured and defined
for Vantage, the driver used should be the data driver for openedge
or MS Sql server (Depending on your database type). Once you've
identified the DSN (data source name) and its port# (click on the
configure button to see the rest of the information)- database name,
port#, server etc.
> You can use the same settings in Crystal reports to connect. Hope
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Sean Toler <seantoler@...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Thursday, August 9, 2007 9:14:17 AM
> Subject: [Vantage] Connecting to Vantage 8.00 in Crystal Reports XI
> We have Crystal Reports XI. We are also running Vantage 8.00. I am
> just beginning to be trained in Crystal Reports and I am attempting
> connect to the Vantage database. Unfortunately, the person who has
> been working with Crystal Reports can not remember how to do this.
> I was wondering if anyone here can help. I need to know what the
> database file is called as well as what type of database it is.
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