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Default Transfer Recordset to Crystal Report

I am using Crystal Report 9 to Display Reports like Cash books etc.

We Provide the facility to Select the Date Range from VB Forms For Display Results by Crystal Report.

I have a Recordset like Rs

At Runtime after Selection of Date Range I am using a Query to access the data from Five Tables and Put these Data into Another table. The table is used by Crystal Report for Display Report.

I Want to send the result of Query at Runtime to Crystal Report. Because making another table for Report Display is not a proper way.

Please tell me with Detailed Code How can I pass Filtered Data to Crystal Report

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