Skip to Content

SAP .NET Developer support for Crystal Reports, Report Application Server and Business Objects Enterprise on Twitter.

As we approach 2010 there are a number of efforts underway to increase SAP BusinessObjects support team’s customer engagement by building stronger more vibrant, expansive online communities. As part of these initatives, the SAP .NET Developer support team for Crystal Reports, Report Application Server and Business Objects Enterprise would like to introduce our very own Twitter feed:

http://twitter.com/SAPCRNetSup

This feed is only for Visual Studio .NET developers using Crystal Reports, Report Application Server or Business Objects Enterprise in their custom applications.

More Twitter feeds for other products, Crystal Reports Design and Database Connectivity and more are planned.

The intent of the .NET developer Twitter feed is to inform you of new content, be it notes, articles, service packs, sample applications and more. To that end, the format of the feeds will be in the following formats;

Wiki –                                      Title    URL   
Note # xxxxxxxx –                    Title    URL   
Blog –                                      Title    URL   
Article –                                    Title    URL   
Sample application                    Title    URL   
Runtime (MSM / MSI)                Title    URL   
Service Pack #x   For (version of CR)    URL   
Fix Pack #x.y For (version of CR)          URL 

In this way, you will be able to quickly scan the feed and decide if it is worth reading now, or later.

Follow us. Be up to date. Be informed!

Other sources of information for .NET developers using Crystal Reports and Business Objects Enterprise:

Crystal Reports for Visual Studio .NET portal

SAP Crystal Reports, version for Visual Studio

.NET SDK Application Development

Notes database

To report this post you need to login first.

1 Comment

You must be Logged on to comment or reply to a post.

  1. Jason Cao
    Hi Ludek,
    Congratulations! I think this will definitely add to the existing Support+Customer communication channels. Looking forward to your tweets and updates!

    Regards,
    Jason (aka “JayChaos” on Twitter)

    (0) 

Leave a Reply