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Default Using Forum fields select fields on the fly

Hello Everybody,

I am working with crystal reports in dotnet. I am getting data from stored procedure/Table/Dataset for crystal Report. I have more than 20 fields in my table. So I want to select only 5 fields on the fly to show in the report. Can one one help me to do this. Please guide me in detail. I will be thankful if any one give solution for this. I also want to know a good book or resource to know about Crystal reports in dotnet.

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