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Run MAS90 Crystal Report from Excel Macro

Run MAS90 Crystal Report from Excel Macro

Run MAS90 Crystal Report from Excel Macro

(OP)
I know this is more of a Crystal Reports question, but has anyone written VB code to call a MAS90 Crystal Report from outside of MAS90?  I can run the report directly from Crystal, but I'd like to run it from an Excel macro, pass thru the Login info, Company & Parameters and have the report output to an XLS file.

This isn't asking too much is it?

To put icing on the cake, after I manipulate the data, I want to run a Visual Integrator task from Excel and do the import.  I'm not sure without wiring some ProvideX code if I can get VI to run from outside of MAS.

HumbleJedi

RE: Run MAS90 Crystal Report from Excel Macro

What the answer by Dan on the Sage Community not good enough for you.

RE: Run MAS90 Crystal Report from Excel Macro

(OP)
I posted the question here before I learned of the Sage Community.  I usually just look at the source code to find answers to questions so I haven't had to call support since State of the Art days.  What type of questions should go here instead of to the Sage Community?

RE: Run MAS90 Crystal Report from Excel Macro

None really. The Sage Community is your best source of information the responders are everyone from power users to resellers to master developers to Sage tech support.

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