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How do you refresh dynamic reports

How do you refresh dynamic reports

How do you refresh dynamic reports

I have a report in Crystal Enterprise which is based on a stored procedure.  My application is a ASP based web application which allows user to make changes to there personnal data and save the information to a SQL backend.  Then they can click on a link which sends a URL request to the crystal web server and requests the report passing the user ID number.  The user ID is the parameter needed by the report.  My problem is once I have launched the report that is the data that remains in the cache on the enterprise server.  If I make changes to my information and launch the report again the changes do not display unless I close the ASP app and open it again which tells me it is some how cacheing at the session level.

How can a refresh the cache from inside the same session???  I am opening the report as an adobe .pdf file.


RE: How do you refresh dynamic reports

You are in the wrong forum.  This forum is for Seagate Info.  You probably won't get much useful help here.  Try one of the Crystal Decisions: Crystal Reports forums, there are four (4) of them, in this case I think you should try number 3 -- Integrate.

Good luck.

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