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How do I schedule a large number of jobs

Hello,

I've created a report with a dynamic parameter that allows multiple values. For every value the report creates a new page in the report.

Now my users want that report scheduled an saved in the file system. So far no problem.

Unfortunatelly they want to have a separate file for each page, which means for each value of the parameter.

At the moment the only way I see to do that, is to go to the InfoView or CMC and create a scheduled job for each value. Is there another way?

A command line instead of the webapplication would be very helpful.

Thanks

Christoph

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    Posted on Nov 07, 2008 at 09:16 PM

    You will have to use the SDK for this. There is no 'command line' and the such.

    It might be best to post this in the Crystal Reports/SDK forums.

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    Posted on Nov 07, 2008 at 04:11 PM

    In the meantime I tried to add the jobs directly to the database.

    But that's not really a place where you want to add anything at all... extremly complicated.

    So maybe anyone has an idea???

    I would appreciate your help very much!

    Have a nice weekend

    Christoph

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