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Retain Selected Crystal Report Parameters on Refresh

Retain Selected Crystal Report Parameters on Refresh

Retain Selected Crystal Report Parameters on Refresh

Hi Everyone, I am working on creating a Crystal Report viewer that opens and displays Crystal Reports with parameters and need some help with the refresh functionality.  When users refresh Crystal Reports with parameters in Crystal Designer a popup is displayed prompting the user to either use the original parameters that they originally selected or select new parameters.  Can someone please tell me how to add this functionality to the Crystal Viewer that I am creating in vb.net.  I tried using the 'CrystalDecisions.Windows.Forms.CrystalReportViewer.RefreshReport()' function which brings up the refresh parameters screen but it does not retain the original parameters selected.




RE: Retain Selected Crystal Report Parameters on Refresh


RE: Retain Selected Crystal Report Parameters on Refresh

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