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Default Passing CR Login info in a ASP.NET app.

Hi,

I have a existing crystal report that executes a stored procedure on a SQL Server. I wish to embed to report into a VS ASP.NET app.

I have read chapter 5 of the 2nd ed. I can't seem to figure out how to pass the CR login info to the report from the asp.net app.

I can view the report in the asp.net app. But when the asp.net app. launches, I have to login in first. I wish to pass the login info through my asp.net app. using the example in chapter 5.

Can any body point me in the right direction. I have found the examples are difficult for me to understand.

Thanks,

Bill

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