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Default changing data source location at run time

i m using VB6 and Seagate Crystal Report 9.0 and added the report created in SCR into VB using designer add-in and my programme is for making 'Invoices' for diff. companies for that i m using MS Access database for back-end [diffrent database files for diffrent company i.e. myDB1.mdb, myDB2.mdb, myDB3.mdb n so on] all files have same table structures.

Now the prob. is i want to change the DataSource Location for the report at the Run Time to use diffrent database file as per user choice of company.





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