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Default Crystal Reports migration 8.5 to 11 - SQL Queries?


We are currently running CR 8.5 and have written a lot of SQL queries using the 8.5 designer. From what we heard that wasn't in the next version of CR. Well here we are WAY behind the current version and think we should probably do something about it but we have no idea if there are any migration tools, what version of CR we would need pro or developer to migrate.

1 Are there migration tools for SQL queries built in?

2 What is the application used in the current version of CR instead of designer that does the queries?

3 Are there third party migration tools we should get or does it migrate natively without issue?

4 Will CR Pro do all that we need for SQL queries or will we need developer?


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