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Default Using Crystal report

I have a web page that displays a gridview (page 1). On this page I have a button saying "View Report" (link to page 2) and the intent is to render a new page showing a crystal report with same content as the girdview in page 1.

Here is how I get from page 1 to page 2:

Protected Sub ViewReport_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles ViewReport.Click

        Server.Transfer("ViewComparisonReport.aspx", True)

End Sub
I plan to use the same dataset that I used to fill the gridview to fill my Crystal Report

Dim myDataSet As New Data.DataSet
myDataSet = Request.Form("mySqlDataSet")
I get an error: "Value of type 'String' cannot be converted to System.Data.Datset"

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