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difference between Crsytal Report 2011 and Crystal Report for Enterprise 4

difference between Crystal Report 2011 and Crystal Report for Enterprise 4.0?

I think Crystl Reprt 2011 has more function, is it right?

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    Posted on Apr 08, 2011 at 10:12 AM

    Hi,

    I recently attended a SAP Virtual trianing on SAP Business Objects BI 4.0.

    Here are few extracts from that which probably shows some light to you:

    SAP Crystal Reports 2011

    1. UI and associated processing servers remain the same as CR 2008

    2. Incremental update to CR 2008 with a few new features*

    3. Continue to provide current CR 2008 functionality as-is for existing customers

    SAP Crystal Reports for Enterprise 4.0

    1. Major update & redesign of the Crystal Reports Designer and associated processing servers

    2. Focus on streamlined report design, reporting against BI 4.0 Universe, & reporting against SAP BW data

    3. Provide the foundation for all future releases of Crystal Reports

    Differences between these two releases:

    Data Source & Usage Type General Recommendation

    1. SAP BusinessObjects BI 4.0 SAP Crystal Reports Relational Universe (UNX) for Enterprise

    OLAP Universe (UNX)

    2. SAP NetWeaver BW 7 BEx Query (BICS) SAP Crystal Reports for Enterprise

    3. SAP NetWeaver BW 3.5 BEx Query SAP Crystal Reports 2011

    4. SAP Profitability Cost Management SAP Crystal Reports for Enterprise through Analysis View

    SAP Strategy Management

    SAP Budget, Planning and Consolidation

    SAP Extended Analytics

    5. Platform Driven Alerting SAP Crystal Reports for Enterprise

    6. Business Views SAP Crystal Reports 2011

    7. Direct RDBMS or OLAP access SAP Crystal Reports 2011

    SAP ERP/ Live Office Content/

    Enterprise search content

    Regards

    Gowtham

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