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CR2008 Viewer in VS2005

CR2008 Viewer in VS2005

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I'm not sure if this is the correct area for this quesition. Also, I'm new when it comes to using Visual Basic. I have an application in VFP ver 9 that calls crystal report ver 8.5. The VFP application "passes" the correct cr report name and crystal reports runs the report, very simple but effecitive. I want to dd basically the same thing with CR2008, but I have to use Visual basic. I have created a form, inserted the crystalrportviewer option into the form, hard coded the raprt naem in the reprot source section. the form runs, and displays the cr2008 report no problem. Now I wan to take the same form and basically change it so that any CR2008 report file name can be enters via a parameter when the executable is called. My problem is that I'm not sure how to add the correct fields to the form for this to happen. As i mention, I'm new when it comes to Visual Basic. Can anyone supply me with any information/steps or documentation regarding the above...

thanks in advance  

RE: CR2008 Viewer in VS2005

You probably want a VB.Net forum.

RE: CR2008 Viewer in VS2005

(OP)
ok...thanks'''i'll try that...as i said...was not sure wher to place this...

thanks

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