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Default Dynamic Links in Crystal Reports (VS.Net 2005)

Hi Friends,

I need your help.

I have created parameter and added it to report. This parameter contains a link to download from server (e.g. "http://localhost/website/dw.aspx?ID=<some value>"). The value is taken from the database field.

So, when you run the report, links are clickable to download. Please note that these links are dynamically generated.

This is working fine when you view the report.

But the problem is that after exporting to PDF, links are not clickable. Is there any way to download from PDF file as in Crystal Report Viewer ??

Thanks for any solution.
Harini
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