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Seagate Info and SQL Server Stored Procedure

Seagate Info and SQL Server Stored Procedure

Seagate Info and SQL Server Stored Procedure

I have a crystal report that has a stored procedure as a data source.  There are two date parameters I am passing as string.  The report runs fine in CR 7.0. When I add the report to Seagate Info 7.0 the report does not return any data.  I ran a trace on SQL Server and found that Seagate Info passes the parameters as NULL.
Are Stored Procedures with Parameters supported in Seagate Info 7.0?
Any help will be appreciated.

RE: Seagate Info and SQL Server Stored Procedure

Sure they were supported. Although SI 7 no longer is by BO. Could be a known issue that a service pack resolved, but I doubt that you can find them now.

Perhaps you have different connectivity in SI?

Try putting CR 7 on the SI server and see if it runs there.



RE: Seagate Info and SQL Server Stored Procedure

I was using the PDsSQL.dll driver.  I changed to PDsODBC.dll and created a DSN. It worked.  Maybe it is a bug in SI.
Thanks for your reply

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