Begin by opening to the Application Designer Signon dialog box.
Double-click the Application Designer menu.Step 1
Use the Application Designer Signon dialog box to sign on to PeopleSoft Application Designer.Step 2
In this example, you will accept the values for Database Name as T1B84901 and User ID as PTRPTG.Step 3
Click in the Password field.Step 4
In this example, enter PTRPTG as password.
Enter the desired information into the Password field. Enter
Click the OK button.Step 6
Use PeopleSoft Application Designer to perform numerous development tasks including:
• Run queries directly to Crystal Reports from Query Designer.
• Create record and field definitions.
• Build SQL tables and indexes.
• Create and modify pages for the user interface.
• Create and modify components (groups of pages).
• Work with style sheets to customize the appearance of applications.Step 7
In this example, you will run a query directly to Crystal Reports 9 from Query Designer using the Go, Query menu.
Click the Go menu.Step 8
Click the Query list item.Step 9
Use Query Designer to run queries directly to Crystal Reports 9.Step 10
In this example, you will open a query using the File, Open menu.
Click the File menu.Step 11
Click the Open list item.Step 12
Use the Open Query dialog box to search and select a query from the list.Step 13
Click the down arrow next to the Name field.Step 14
A list of existing queries appear.
In this example, you will highlight the name of the CRSE_SESSIONS query that you want to base the report on.
Double-click the CRSE_SESSIONS list item.Step 15
Use the Run Query button to run the query.
Click the Run Query button.Step 16
The system displays the CRSE_SESSIONS query report results.Step 17
Click the Run to Crystal button.Step 18
The system automatically opens the Crystal Reports application and creates a new Crystal report.Step 19
You have successfully launched Crystal Reports with Microsoft windows-based query.
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