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Changing CurrentValue in Crystal 10 parameters with VB6

Changing CurrentValue in Crystal 10 parameters with VB6

Changing CurrentValue in Crystal 10 parameters with VB6

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I'm having trouble passing a parameter through my VB6 application.  The current code I inherited does this:

For Each p in Report.ParameterFields
  If p.Name = "{?a}" then
    p.AddCurrentValue CDate(Format$dteDate.Value, "MM/DD/YYYY")
  End if
'repeated for many others
Next

I added a new parameter to the report.  With this parameter, it seems to already have a current value set by the time it gets to this section of code.  None of the other paramters do.  How can I change the value or what do I do to the report to make it not have a current value (it doesn't even have a default value, and the current value being set automatically is the current date)?

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