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    1. Crystal Reports 8.5 Developer
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    2. Borland Delphi 8 Enterprise Upgrade
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    3. DB2 Universal Database Personal
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    4. Microsoft Systems Management Server
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    5. Borland Delphi 5 Enterprise (New
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    6. Microsoft System Management Server
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    7. MOBILE SYSTEMS Database 6
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    9. Borland Delphi 8 Architect Upgrade
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    10. Borland Delphi 8 Enterprise Upgrade
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    11. Borland Delphi 8 for the Microsoft
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    12. DELPHI V7 STUD ENT CD-W98/WXP
    13. Borland Delphi 8 Professional
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    14. Borland DELPHI 8 PROFESSIONAL
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    1. Crystal Reports 8.5 Developer Edition
    list price: $595.00
    our price: $559.99
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    Asin: B00005AR2I
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Crystal Decisions
    Sales Rank: 3757
    Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Structured Query Language (SQL), the standard means of specifying what information you want to extract from a relational database, was designed by programmers for programmers. In order to extract values from tables with straight SQL, you have to formulate convoluted statements from field names and cryptic keywords--which doesn't usually leave time available for making business decisions. The makers of Crystal Reports 8.5 Developer Edition understand that writing SQL statements isn't everyone's favorite thing to do, so Crystal Reports 8.5 Developer Edition provides tools that make it easier to extract meaningful information--in the form of charts, tables, and calculated values--from the contents of database management systems like Oracle, Sybase, and Microsoft SQL Server. The developers of Crystal Reports also knew that some people love to manipulate data at a low level with SQL and other programmers' tools, so the package contains goodies for them, as well.

    As is often the case with enterprise solutions, this product consists of two separate applications. The core package, Crystal Reports 8.5 Developer, is for accessing the contents of database tables and generating reports based on their contents. Wizards make this process extremely easy. You just specify the database you want to operate on, which can be local or accessible via an Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) link. Having done that, you can choose the tables and fields you want to extract values from. The wizards make it easy to specify which fields should serve as headers, and simplify the process of doing calculations on extracted values. In a report on the monthly sales of a multinational chain of stores, for example, you could group individual stores' sales figures by country, and calculate total sales figures for each country and for the chain as a whole. Wizards also handle formatting, so it's pretty easy to get neat-looking reports customized with your organizational logo. Wizards aren't limited to tabular reports: you can use them to generate reports that reveal details in response to clicks (so-called drill-down reports) and personalized form letters for mass mailings.

    Going beyond the wizards, Crystal Reports 8.5 Developer offers a tool for visually creating joins among tables (by which you can consolidate the fields in multiple tables into a single report). It also makes it relatively easy to build SQL queries, mostly by exchanging syntax memorization in favor of a logically organized set of expandable trees from which you choose the commands you want. With SQL queries, you can do things like find the maximum value in a field across many records, or perform complicated text-searches on the contents of text fields. Managers and others who have been taught to revere database queries as a black art known only to database administrators will be delighted by the ease with which they can create reports to support their business decisions.

    The other product in this package is Crystal Enterprise 8, which is capable of taking report documents from Crystal Reports and distilling them into publications that it then serves to network users. There are several ways to go about preparing reports for network publication, the simplest being nearly automatic conversion of Crystal Reports documents into Dynamic HTML (DHTML) files that standard Web browsers can read. With a little more work, Crystal Enterprise will serve reports in streaming form--meaning they're updated dynamically as their underlying data changes. It'll also generate Adobe Acrobat (PDF) files, as well as reports delimited by Extensible Markup Language (XML) tags. The XML feature is especially cool, because it means you can use Crystal Enterprise as an engine for generating business documents (such as invoices and purchase orders) that are fed to business partners via an XML-based information-exchange system, such as Microsoft BizTalk Server.

    Because it's easy to use and flexible in its output, Crystal Reports 8.5 Developer Edition belongs in the toolkit of anyone who's responsible for sharing complicated information--especially numerical information--with others via a network. --David Wall ... Read more

    Reviews (5)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Not as good as shareware
    As indicated in other reviews, this product is horribly buggy. Its only consistency is that it is creatively inconsistent. A rating of 1 is too high.

    It's unfortunate that there is no similar competitive product available. Otherwise, this product would be yesterday's toast.

    Your report info is stored in a binary file. It's a nightmare in there. Plus, unexpected and inexplicable random corruption of the binary destroys a great deal of work. Back up often.

    Installation procedure: poor
    Ease of use: poor
    Intuitiveness: poor
    Documentation: poor
    Technical support: poor
    Reliability: poor

    1-0 out of 5 stars Programmer's Nightmare
    I don't have the space to convey just how much production time is continually being lost to this abysmally bad product in our shop of senior developers. I could go on for days. Try a little experiment before buying it: go to the CrystalDecisions website and look at some of the most common errors reported. Basic stuff like INSTALLING the product, getting it ready to package up with an install application, pointing it to a DB through just about any connection technology. And it's all downhill from there. I still don't get why there isn't a better product out there yet.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Programmers beware.
    The program is full of holes and traps for the programmer. The new method of including the report in VB programs uses a lot of overhead and slows a VB program down if the number of reports is more then 4 or 5. Some necessary dependacy files are not included and it will not easly load onto computers not using the internet (a great many business computers). Crystal Software includes a 60 days support package that is not at all enough. Just visit the Crystal developer web site to view some of the problems. Save your money and use your older versions until they get it right.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great But. . . .
    Its great but you have to have the Crystal Reports Design Class I, II, -> V books to help you through it. Without these it is very time consuming and the only way to get these books is to attend the classes. They are not available for sale. As I just found out :-( (They do not come with this package as I had thought) 10-12-2001

    3-0 out of 5 stars Nice for reporting, but has some really annoying bugs
    Crystal Reports 8.5 provides a lot of features for designing reports on top of a relational database system and as far as consumer-tier goes, it's a fine product. Charts are pretty easy to use, the macro language is fairly powerful (and intuitive), and it's very easy to lay out items on the report.

    There are several annoying problems with it:
    1. During upgrade from a previous version, the installer removed the previous version, then complained it couldn't find a certain file needed to "prove" this was an upgrade. After reinstalling the previous version and repeating the process a couple of times, I found a workaround on the Seagate web site. Ugh... this shouldn't happen.

    2. The table linker is nice, but it is more primative than the one in Microsoft Access. For example, if I'm joining three fields from table "foo" to table "bar," and I make one of those joins a "right join" then the others two parts of the table join should default to this. They don't and it errors out. I feel the tool could be easier to use.

    3. On several occasios the query tool got hopelessly confused. It was often easier to write a custom view or macro query on SQL Server (or Oracle) than it was to use the reporting front end. The problem I have with this is it makes my particular installation harder to do because in addition to just shipping a standalone report, I have to ship a SQL query. I wish there were a way for me to reliably tell it "I KNOW what I'm doing... ust send the query as I've typed it to the database."

    4. Occasionally when a query had problems with it and I attempted to preview the report, it would go into "infinite loop" mode. The only way out of this was to use Windows to "kill" the program. Quite frequently, I'd have crw32.exe just crash on its own when accessing a SQL database. ... Read more


    2. Borland Delphi 8 Enterprise Upgrade From Delphi 7

    our price: $1,069.99
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    Asin: B00019DTIU
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Borland International
    Sales Rank: 11695
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    3. DB2 Universal Database Personal Edition 6.1

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    Asin: B00002S7CT
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: IBM
    Sales Rank: 13380
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    4. Microsoft Systems Management Server 2.0 (10-Cals)
    list price: $1,124.99
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    Asin: B00003PMT5
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Microsoft
    Sales Rank: 12844
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    This product is a license. The software described below must be purchased separately.

    Microsoft Systems Management Server 2.0 includes detailed hardware inventory, software inventory and metering, software distribution and installation, and remote troubleshooting tools. These integrated features make Systems Management Server 2.0 a scalable way to reduce the cost of change and configuration management for Windows-based desktop and server systems. Systems Management Server 2.0 is built on industry-standard management protocols, ensuring compatibility with complementary management tools. It is tightly integrated with Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Windows NT Server operating system, making it easier to install, configure, and maintain Systems Management Server.

    It delivers cost savings through deployment tools, including sophisticated software distribution and installation facilities, as well as diagnostics tools (remote control, server health monitoring, and network monitoring and tracing tools). Systems Management Server is designed to meet the needs of any size enterprise by offering WAN-aware tools, support for remote users, granular security, and integration with other tools and environments. It offers improved ease-of-installation and ease-of-use features for administrators and a non-intrusive experience for end users. It delivers management of desktops and servers running Windows via a complete set of tools and tight integration with the Windows environment. ... Read more


    5. Borland Delphi 5 Enterprise (New user)

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    Asin: B00002S7GT
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Borland International
    Sales Rank: 11164
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Delphi 5 Enterprise is a high-productivity development solution for Internet and distributed computing. Delphi's InternetExpress includes the Web Client Page Wizard for creating flexible extensible systems to support e-commerce using HTML 4 and XML. It also includes the MIDAS PageProducer and WebBroker for building distributed HTML applications.

    Gain fast access to all types of information with ADOExpress, and boost your development team's productivity with TeamSource. Scale your Internet applications using MIDAS for leveraging all the distributing computing standards such as CORBA, COM, and MTS. Build, debug, and deploy robust applications using the Visual Component Library with more than 200 reusable components with source, and use InterBase Express to create turnkey database systems. ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Borland/Inprice made best with their last Delphi5
    This is the best developers solution for making fast working, cool looking and useable applications. For averyone who likes Pascal Language Delphi 5 Enterprice edition will show the real windows programing world. That's cool :) ... Read more


    6. Microsoft System Management Server Enterprise Edition 2003
    list price: $1,219.99
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    Asin: B0000CG47C
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Microsoft
    Sales Rank: 12060
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    7. MOBILE SYSTEMS Database 6

    our price: $35.99
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    Asin: B00094NNP6
    Catlog: CE
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    Features

    • Work with relational databases while you travel
    • Create new queries to filter your data
    • Visualize your results in custom-made forms
    • Stay up-to-date with your desktop PC
    • Export and import data Microsoft Access and Excel

    8. DB2 PERS ED 8.1 PP 1 USE

    Asin: B00006NT0X
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Lotus Development Corp
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    9. Borland Delphi 8 Architect Upgrade From Delphi 7

    Asin: B000198T58
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Borland International
    Sales Rank: 11664
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    10. Borland Delphi 8 Enterprise Upgrade From Delphi 4/5/6

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    Asin: B000198UUW
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Borland International
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    11. Borland Delphi 8 for the Microsoft .NET Framework, Architect – New User

    our price: $3,229.99
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    Asin: B00018ZN58
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Borland International
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Major Upgrade to Delphi
    I started with Turbo/Borland Pascal. As soon as Borland released Delphi 1, I purchased it. I have used every version of Delphi: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and now Delphi 8. Delphi 8 is a huge change from Delphi 7. The IDE is very different. The help system appears to be relatively complete, but works differently than Delphi 5, 6, or 7.

    As a long time Delphi uses, I was dismayed at some of the changes in Delphi 8. You now have the option of creating Windows Forms applications. For me, the biggest downside of this is the loss of frames. Frames are part of the VCL, not part of the Windows Forms. There does not appear to be anything equivalent. This is a shame. I used frames and frame inheritance a lot.

    If you plan on just moving your code from Delphi 5, 6, or 7 to Delphi 8 you will be disappointed. There are many changes in the language. Developers should avoid appending to strings because that process is now slow. In my opinion, this broke one of the most powerful advantages Delphi had. Delphi used to be able to perform string operations quickly. That feature was lost in Delphi 8. There are new tools to help, like the string builder class, but they are cumbersome to use.

    Delphi now integrates with other .Net languages; but there are some costs with that capability. This is not a small, incremental upgrade to the language. ... Read more


    12. DELPHI V7 STUD ENT CD-W98/WXP V/U DELPHI ENT

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    Asin: B00006IRRO
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Borland International
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    13. Borland Delphi 8 Professional - New User

    Asin: B00019K88Y
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Borland International
    Sales Rank: 9930
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    14. Borland DELPHI 8 PROFESSIONAL NAMD USER ( HDB1380WWCS180 )

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    Asin: B00019JJA2
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Borland International
    Sales Rank: 9367
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    15. DB2 Connect Personal Edition 7.2 Program Package
    list price: $249.00
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    Asin: B00005N526
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: IBM
    Sales Rank: 12213
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    16. DB2 UDB Personal Edition 7.2. Program Pack Multi-Platform
    list price: $369.00
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    Asin: B00005RD62
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: IBM
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    17. Borland Delphi 5 Enterprise From Professional Upgrade

    Asin: B00002S7GS
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Borland International
    Sales Rank: 13349
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Delphi 5 is a fast and productive Windows development tool for building Web and database applications. Delphi includes a professional integrated development environment, WebBroker, Native Internet Components, InterBase Express, and robust debugging tools. Understand and navigate your code and data modules with the Project Browser, Code Explorer, and Data Module Designer views. Build and reuse COM objects and servers, including a complete suite of MS Office automation controllers. Delphi increases productivity and manages the entire development cycle with more than 150 reusable components, the Advanced Project Manager, and a fast 32-bit compiler to deliver reliable applications to market faster. ... Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Delphi 5 Enterprise
    Delphi 5 Enterprise offers users and high productivity development team's productivity with TeamSource. Development solutions in the areas of Internet and distributed computing.

    Delphi supports e-commerce, using HTML 4 and XML, the MIDAS PageProducer, and WebBroker for building distributed HTML applications Delphi's InternetExpress includes the Web Client Page Wizard for creating flexible extensible systems.

    Scale your Internet applications using MIDAS leveraging all the distributing computing standards like CORBA, COM and MTS. Gain fast access to all types of information with ADOExpress, and boost your entire . Using the Visual Component Library with over 200 reusable components with source build, debug and deploy robust applications and use InterBase Express to create turnkey database systems ... Read more


    18. DELPHI V7 STUDIO ARCH CD-W98/WXP V/U DELPHI ENT

    Asin: B00006IRRB
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Borland International
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    19. Lotus Dev. IBM DB2 Net Search Extender - ( v. 8.2 ) - media ( BB0KYNA )

    Asin: B00032Q1HQ
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Lotus Development Corp
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    20. DELPHI V7 STUD ENT CD-W98/WXP NEW USER

    Asin: B00006IRRD
    Catlog: Software
    Publisher: Borland International
    Sales Rank: 12770
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