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How to add a dynamic parameter with VB 6?

I'm building a simply application that will open crystal 11 reports and add a single parameter. I've been able to get this working however I don't know how to set the parameter as dynamic and add to the list of values?

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  • Posted on Oct 28, 2008 at 02:32 PM

    Hi Jason,

    Please search Forums before posting a question. There are others doing the same whcih include samples on how to. Here's one of them: Loading a prompt list dynamically on an ASP.NET page in Crystal 11

    I assume you are using the RDC ( craxdrt.dll ). The RDC has been deprecated since version 9 meaning there have been no updated or new fucntionality added to it. Since Cascading Parameters were introduced in CR 11 the RDC has no API available and nor does the .NET components. Check the posting above for more info.

    Also the RDC is not supported in .NET so you should upgrade CR and move to .NET Suite.

    Thank you

    Don

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    Posted on Oct 29, 2008 at 12:36 PM

    Thanks for the info Don, however this example does not show me how to add the dynamic parameters through code either with VB6 or .NET. My question was whether a dynamic parameter can be added to a crystal 11 report via code, perferable though VB6 but we can rebuild with .NET if necessary.

    Thanks

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  • Posted on Jan 15, 2009 at 03:16 PM

    Not Possible

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