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Database login and password

Database login and password

Database login and password

We have Sql2000 and we want to take reports over this database and we decided to use crystal reports.However, everytime i try to see a prepared parametered report it asks database login name and password.
Is there any solution to overcome this routine?

RE: Database login and password

IN the Crystal Management Console, you can set the default parameters for the report and default username\password for the report to use when accessing data.

RE: Database login and password

Thank you but,
I have standart edition enterparise manager and i think in standart edition this feature is disabled.
I i am wrong can you explain how i could do?

RE: Database login and password

I think i did what i want.
When i publish reports with publishing wizard there is an oppportunity to give database logon information.
I used this.
Thank you.

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