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Default Print a Crystal Reports from Stored procedures

In have a problem:after I add some data in my database I need to print this data. In have a report file (*rpt), a crystal reports report.
HELP !!! How I can do this

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  create a dts package with activex script to generate the crystal report and execute the package through tsql

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just want to know what is 'TSQL' ? u mean Crystal report can print from here?
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hi everybody

i want to print Crystal Report on a Dot Matrix Printer but it is too slow. how can i make this process faster?

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Did you manage to get your crystal reports printing any faster? Have you any tips you can pass on?
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Hi all,
I am working on a project for barcode scanner gun which have pocket pc system enabled and the application i am creating using vb.net 2005 and i want to print a crystal report file from gun/pocket pc but the application does not support any third party application/control so i am not able to print the report from gun.So i want to print the report through stored procedure so can anybody send me the code for the same?

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