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Create Crystal report from Oracle Stored Procedure

Create Crystal report from Oracle Stored Procedure

Create Crystal report from Oracle Stored Procedure

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I am using Crystal reports XI. I would like to create a Crystal report based on an Oracle stored procedure.. Could some one please send the me the procedure and a sample PL/SQL code and Crystal report methodology as to how to do it.
I would like to pass the parameters from Crystal report to Oracle stored procedure and get the final out put on to the report.

Kindly provide the process as to how to do it ( preferably with an example)

RE: Create Crystal report from Oracle Stored Procedure

The very first thing that you must do is to post your inquiry in a forum that deals with either Crystal Reports and/or Oracle databases. This forum is for neither of those.
 

Lyle
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"For every expert, there is an equal and opposite expert." - Arthur C. Clarke.

 

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