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Crystal Reports OCX Datafiles

Crystal Reports OCX Datafiles

Crystal Reports OCX Datafiles

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I'm trying to use the OCX for Crystal Reports through Foxpro and I can get it to run with the stored data.  

The report is a simple list, the database is exactly the same but I am changing it to look at another directory.

However, I can't get the syntax for changing the source database to work correctly.  The code from the documentation says to use:

Report.DataFiles(ArrayIndex)[= Location$]

But when I run it, I get an OLE error code 0x80020006: Unknown name


crystalapplication = CreateObject("Crystal.CRPE.Application")

crystalReport = crystalApplication.OpenReport("C:\PFSAR\LOGIN.RPT")

**error on this line
  crystalReport.DataFiles(0)="o:\pfsar\login.dbf"
**
crystalReport.ExportOptions.FormatType = 3
crystalReport.ExportOptions.DiskFileName = "c:\pfsar\test.txt"
crystalReport.ExportOptions.DestinationType = 1  
crystalReport.Export(.t.)

Thanks in advance.


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