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Default How to implement a javabean data source like this.

I want to use a javabean as the data connection.
And I want to implement a getResultSet method with parameters instead of empty input parameter.

I try something like
ResultSet getResultSet(Stirng p1);
It will work, when I try to use this one, crystal designer will pop up a window to let me input the value for p1.

How how about a more complex one.
Does any one have experience about it?

Thanks ahead!

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