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Default Using Stored Procedures In Crystal Report 9


I am using sql server 2000 stored procedures in crystal reports 9. After selecting stored procedure it doesnt gives fields list. I had examined my stored procedure and applied SET NOCOUNT ON also. still it is not giving field list. Anybody who had earlier faced this problem plz help me out.


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