When you have implemented Crystal Reports in ASP.NET, you need to optimize it to keep it from being a hindrance in the performance of your site. If you haven’t done that yet, implementing Crystal Reports in ASP.NET is very easy. Once all the tools have been downloaded, creating and editing reports using Microsoft Visual Studio is very easy. This tutorial will cover the caching functionality of Crystal Reports using the iCachedReport interface. You will learn about the iCachedReport interface, adding connections to the connection info binder, using system generated classes and how to modify them, and putting it all together.