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Old July 25th, 2004, 04:40 PM
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Default passing a parameter from a windows form

hi guys,

operating system: xp
database: sql server
crsytal reports 9
studio.net 2002

The windows form as a textfied and a button and of course the crsytal report viewer.

 i want to pass a single discrete value ie, "employeeid" and have the application retreive the record from the table into a crystal report.

many thanks

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ur question is little bit confusing. if u want to pass a simple parameter like report header from ur form then draw an attribute on ur report and pass it value on run time.
if u want some thing else then write down completely.

Farukh Ali Farooq.

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