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How to avoid CR viewer in asp.net from requesting log on?

How to avoid CR viewer in asp.net from requesting log on?

How to avoid CR viewer in asp.net from requesting log on?

(OP)
Hello

I have an asp.net app upgraded from vs05 - vs08 that has reports using the cr report viewer. When I run a report it displays data fine. When I click on an option of the tool bar like next page or export it presents the log on page. This is happening in development running inside vs08. It used to run fine in development in vs05.

Could someone provide advice on how to solve this?

Thanks

Leslie

RE: How to avoid CR viewer in asp.net from requesting log on?

On my crystalViewerform on my asp form I have set my viewer to the following settings:

Uncheck "Enable Database logon prompting"
 and
Check "Reuse Parameter value on Refreshing Report".

Good Luck.
Cathy

RE: How to avoid CR viewer in asp.net from requesting log on?

(OP)
Thanks for the tip Cathy.

I solved it with this property in my CR object.

CRViewer.EnableDatabaseLogonPrompt = false;

Leslie

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