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Old April 2nd, 2006, 08:27 AM
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   I have one crystal report made in crystal 9 which I am calling from asp.net page. I am using one view to get the data. I have to pass values to the view to get the conditioned data.
Now my problem is that, I am gettign the correct result using the queryanalizer and in xml file too, but crystalreportviewer is fetching all the record without checking the condition I am passing. Do you have any suggestion why it's coming like this.

crpt is the report,da is dataaapter,ds is dataset,tt is the view


crpt = New AnnualExamResult
        Dim cmd As New SqlCommand
        Dim Da As New SqlDataAdapter
        Dim Ds As New DataSet
        Dim SchoolID As String
        Dim ClassID As String
        Dim AcYear As String
        SchoolID = "ab1"
        ClassID = "Kg1-b"
        AcYear = "2005-2006"

        ' General log defenition
        For Each myTable In crpt.Database.Tables
            myLogin = myTable.LogOnInfo
            myLogin.ConnectionInfo.ServerName = "IB"
            myLogin.ConnectionInfo.DatabaseName = "FS"
            myLogin.ConnectionInfo.Password = "1"
            myLogin.ConnectionInfo.UserID = "sa"
        ' to get the formula values for the annual exam report

        Dim myConnection As SqlConnection
        Dim PName As String, mSql As String
               myConnection = New SqlConnection("server=IB; uid=sa; pwd=1; database=FS")
        Da = New SqlDataAdapter("Select * From tt where tt.SchoolID= '" & SchoolID & "' and tt.Class='" & ClassID & "' and tt.AcYear='" & AcYear & "'", myConnection)

        Me.CrystalReportViewer1.Visible = True
        CrystalReportViewer1.EnableDrillDown = False
        CrystalReportViewer1.DisplayGroupTree = False
        CrystalReportViewer1.ReportSource = crpt


Old April 4th, 2006, 02:45 AM
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Hi there,,,(ASAK)
I Think i have the solution to your Que?
According to my Analysis on Your code.. I think Your Report is already having the fields from database...that is ,,, in your rpt file .. u are assigning the tables from database and designed all the things as ussual..
now from code u r trying to change the database to DATASET . right,,,
So... This method is known as DATA PUSHING through DATASEt, It means it will push the data from data set to the report only when there is no data available. else it will ignore ur dataset...
in order to solve this issue,, USE .XSD data set.
i mean,,, IN place of ur dataset name use the name of .xsd data set..
like dim ds as dataset replace this bye...
dim ds as dataset1 and use this dataset in ur rpt file as a database.....
open ur rpt file... go to add/rmove databse...
there, u will find project data..
click that ,, and u will see ur .xsd dataset name over there, now this dataset will act like a complete database.. now wht ever u want to do. u can do through coding using this data set .
if u need the code ..or compelete rpt plus form then .. tell me,,IA ,, i will send u through email....
take care

Mohammed Raza Ullah Khan

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