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Problems with Crystal Reports Designer and Subreport Parameters

Hi, we are using the Crystal Reports Designer, Version 11.5.10.1263 and sometimes Problems with Subreport parameters.

If we try to link parameters from the main report to the supreport, sometimes they simply vanish without any kind of message, once we apply the changes.

This dosn't happen all the time, but most of it.

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 04:47 PM

    Hey Alex,

    Try to reconfirm the linking of the parameters form Main report to Sub report.

    When you make changes to the parameters it would take effect but the data is not being saved.

    Try to run the parameters individually and check them whether they are prompting correctly.

    Else create new ones and link them again.

    This would be helpful.

    Thanks,

    Naveen.

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 11:42 AM

    Hi Alex

    As you mentioned that the issue occurs someimes and all the times .I would suggest you to create fresh/new parameter and then link the report.

    Cause it is possible that particular parameter has got corrupt.

    Let me know the outcome.

    Regards

    Asha.

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      Do you mean parameter in the main or in the subreport ?

      I already tryed to create new parameters in the main report, and linkt them to the sub report, but oncy i closed the dialog, the links also vanished.

      Also i can't delete the parameters in the subreport, since they come from the datasource (Stored Procedure).

      Thanks

      Alexander

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