You may have noticed that you're not getting much response at your questions here in the P2P forum. This is probably not because people don't know the answer, but because of the way you ask your questions. Here are some general tips:
1. Post in the proper forum
You posted 5 questions in the C# forum, while all of them seem to be related to other technologies, like Crystal Reports and SQL Server. There's no point in asking a question about a SQL Server DateTime issue in a C# forum when there's a dedicated SQL Server forum.
2. Explain your situation in more detail.
Just dumping a short question in a topic and expecting people to figure out what the problem is and how it must be solved doesn't work. Explain the situation, explain what you have already done, what works and what doesn't, show some code and, most importantly, explain what you have already done to solve the problem yourself (e.g. I Googled for A, then found B which let me to C, but I don't understand the D described in C).
3. Search Search Search.
Searching Google for "crystal reports pass parameter runtime" should bring up so many useful answers, you could have solved this days ago.
4. Don't rush people.
Adding lines like "these are verry importand to me" and "please find a solution for it" is the best way to force people to click the Delete or Back button.
Of course it's important, otherwise you wouldn't be posting it here. However, people on this forum are here to help
you, not do your work
for you. Or, as Doug put it nicely: "[we are] not your personal gopher here to go out and search the net for an answer to YOUR
For a detailed version of this with much more tips, check out: http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
Hope this helps,
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