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VB6 Crystal Reports 4.6.. Passing value from VB!!!!!!!!

VB6 Crystal Reports 4.6.. Passing value from VB!!!!!!!!

VB6 Crystal Reports 4.6.. Passing value from VB!!!!!!!!

(OP)
Hi,

I was wondering do you have any idea how to insert text (ie the word Mandatory) into a Crystal Report if a database field (also called Mandatory) contains the value 1.

This would be a hugeeeeeeee help if you have any idea.

Thnx,
jonathan8@hotmail.com

RE: VB6 Crystal Reports 4.6.. Passing value from VB!!!!!!!!

(OP)
I want to do something like:

If mandutory = 1 then
  Display "MANDUTORY"
EndIf

But how can this be done from VB to take affect in a Crystal Report??????????????

Thankx
Jonathan

RE: VB6 Crystal Reports 4.6.. Passing value from VB!!!!!!!!

See answer in your other post.

Ken Hamady, On-site/Phone Crystal Reports Training/Consulting
Quick Reference Guide to using Crystal in VB
http://www.kenhamady.com/

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