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Calling Crystal reports from ASP

Calling Crystal reports from ASP

Calling Crystal reports from ASP

(OP)
Hi all,


How to call crystal  reports from ASP?

I need to pass parameters also.

There will be one button when you click on it it should
 show report on the web.

Thank you in advance.

Ambati

RE: Calling Crystal reports from ASP

here's an exemple of URL calling a .rpt with parameters .
I hope it may help you.

//BEGES16/CrystalReports/french/I3400104.rpt?user0=LDCUser=&password0=welcome&prompt0=DateHeure (2002,01,28,00,00,00)&prompt1=Date Heure(2002,02,03,00,00,00)&prompt2=11¶mx=kgjlkdfjgk kdg1212fdg;jdgjklmlkfgl


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I also have some problem :

using VB 6 and crystal 8(to lauch .rpt from VB with parameters
line :

CrystalReport1.ParameterFields(0) = "DateDebut ; DateHeure (2002,01,28,00,00,00) ;true"

Without this line, it works perfectly but users have to enter parameters using crystalreport prompt .
With this line, it just doesn't work. Neither error message, nor results (Normaly, it saves results to a .rpt file) .  

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