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Passing data from oo4o, via Visual Basic, to Crystal Reports

Passing data from oo4o, via Visual Basic, to Crystal Reports

Passing data from oo4o, via Visual Basic, to Crystal Reports

I am having problems passing data from oo4o, via Visual Basic to Crystal Reports.

1) I connect (from my Visual Basic-application) to an Oracle database with oo4o (Oracle objects for OLE, a "better version of ADO"). A Dynaset is replied on the SQL-question. (I know that I have the data since I can display it in a VB Text Box, for example.)

2) I use the Crystal Reports Designer Component (in Visual Basic) and create a Crystal Reports-report with Unbound Fields (and Subreports with Unbound Fields). (I know I have the report because I can launch it in the Viewer, with its Unbound Fields and Subreports.)

3) My problem is that I do not know how to bind the Unbound Fields to the corresponding fields in the Dynaset.

Before, I used ADO instead of oo4o, but I want to use the latter since it has a "much better interface" to the Oracle database.

Also, I really want to stick with Crystal Reports, since it works so well in other cases.

Thanks a lot!


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