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CR 9 Any way to change the data location prior to exec within VFP9

CR 9 Any way to change the data location prior to exec within VFP9

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PUBLIC OCR AS CRAXDRT.APPLICATION
PUBLIC ORPT AS CRAXDRT.REPORT

I issue a createobject at the beginning:
ocr=CREATEOBJECT("CrystalRuntime.Application. 9")
ORPT=OCR.OPENREPORT("c:\foldername\PF_DOCUMENTS.rpt")
ORPT.PRINTOUT(.F.)

As you can see I have it hardcoded.  I could use a variable here and have the users furnishes another location but I don't know how to get the report to respect the "on the fly" location.

What I am doing works fine, however, the users want to change their data location depending...

I know this can be done within CR9 but all they have is the ability to run the report.

Can it be changed issuing commands within a VFP program prior to running the report?

Any help would be appreciate.  Even a firm No and I could quit trying.

 

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