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create crystal report with vb6?

create crystal report with vb6?

create crystal report with vb6?

Hi, i want to create an rpt-file with vb6. i have a ado-recordset. Could somebody show me a very easy example??? I've tryid so many things, but nothing works.

RE: create crystal report with vb6?

first use crystal reports to setup a TTX file that describes the fileds in your ado record set.

next add the crystal report designed ocx to your project, set the database to the TTX as a data definition file so that you can design your report.

then in the section of code to display the report form (Copied from Crystal Report tech support)

Dim CrAppl as Craxdrt.Application
Dim Crrep  as craxdrt.report
dim Adors  as adodb.recordset

adors.open "blah blah blah" for data source

set crrep = crappl.openreport "report file name.rpt"
crrep.database.tables(1).setdatasource adors,3

crviewer1.reportsource = crrep

uhh...did i say that?


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