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Old February 12th, 2004, 02:17 AM
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Hi, I need help pleassseeee to view crystal Report in the WEB using ASP 3.0 i'm using crystal Report 8.5, and i never do this kind of coding in ASP before, so if anyone can help me where i need to start from because i have no clue at all

any kind of help i really appreciate!!! thank's
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Howdy shopgirl. I am using Crystal 9 to process reports and deliver a PDF to the user. MyCode actually calls the report and then converts a copy of the results to PDF and saves it in a directory, whereby I redirect the user to the PDF. Is that what you're trying to do? However, I'm not sure how to do this in Crystal 8.5. but I have heard it can be done.

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Hi DaveGerard,part of it that's what I want to do...I just not sure about the PDF part, with the code will call the crystal report but the user can't make any changes only view the report. to view crystal report I need to using object insted active X controls...is that right? If you don't mind could you show me some of your code so I know where to start?
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This could be usefullll:

strLink = "http://" + server + "/Report/RPMF4F04.rpt?init=actx&user0=" + user + "&password0=" + password + "&prompt0=" + frmReports.slcName.value + "&prompt1=" + rIdma + "&prompt2=" + rPs

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Hi Renees...
thank's for your replay...

how to create the init=actx&
and also If I don't have user and password, is it will be a problem?
For "&prompt1="rIdma+ where do I get this values
Can you explain little bit more pleasee...I'm still confuse..
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Did you read this: http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3620 ?

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Thank's for your replay Mega.

I alredy can Open my Report in the browser, but only one Report. So everytime I want to open different Report I have to change my report name.I want to make dynamic Report List.Renees post some of the code but I need more explanation.

can anybody help me?

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If I understand you right: You want to create a list from a db and show the report that the user select, with the same piece of code?
Just make a db query and translate it into a HTML select list and then make the report name a variable in your script.

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Hi Mega...

I figure it out how to do it.thank's for your replay

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Hi.
I want just like what you are doing. I m using ASP 3.0 and crystal report 8.0.5 I want to deliver PDF format of report. Can you help me to export crystal report to PDF using ASP3.0?



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