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Old October 14th, 2004, 03:56 AM
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Default drystal reports with asp.net

I am using Visual Studio Pro and have built in a Crystal Report
that is viewed under my asp.net webpage.

Question : I need to be able to pass the report a parameter
from the webpage. How can I programatically add a variable to my report that can be set by the webpage that creates the report?

I want to format my report based on the value of this variable.


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you can create a parameter in your report and set the value of this parameter through code using the SetParameterValue method of the ReportDocument Class

   ReportDocument cr = new ReportDocument();
   cr.SetParameterValue("StartDate", strMyParmValue);
   CrystalReportViewer.ReportSource = cr;


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