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Passing userid to a crystal report using sessions

Passing userid to a crystal report using sessions

Passing userid to a crystal report using sessions

Hello ,

I am using crystal reports for the first time and I have a problem and need your help . We have online reports which are generated dynamically . Lot of user's logon using their userid and access their reports . Is there a way I can pass this userid to the crystal reports and ask it to fetch the records for that particular userid only .

Right now the table that is used to show the results has more than one user's information and sometimes pops all the results thereby creating security issues .

Please advice
Thanks for your help

RE: Passing userid to a crystal report using sessions

I am working with asp to call my reports. The userid is stored in an session variable. this I send to a stored procedure and there I make a select-statement with this userid.
I hope that helps.

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