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Parameter prompts twice running report based on stored procedure in Crystal Viewer

Parameter prompts twice running report based on stored procedure in Crystal Viewer

Parameter prompts twice running report based on stored procedure in Crystal Viewer

(OP)

I created a Crystal report (version 11) which has an Oracle stored procedure as its datasource. The stored procedure contains 2 static date parameters. The Crystal report runs fine when run in the Crystal Report software.

But when I run it in Crystal Viewer, I am prompted twice to enter the parameter values. After I enter the values the 2nd time, the report generates successfully.

This is the first report I've created that runs with a stored procedure that I've tried to run in the Crystal Viewer. Can anyone tell me how to prevent it from prompting me twice for the parameter values?

Thank you.

RE: Parameter prompts twice running report based on stored procedure in Crystal Viewer

Do you have subreports ?

www.R-Tag.com Viewer and Scheduler for Crystal reports and SSRS.

RE: Parameter prompts twice running report based on stored procedure in Crystal Viewer

(OP)
No, the report has no subreports. It is a fairly straightforward detail report.

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