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Parameters in SQL File

Hi,

I have an SQL File in Eclipse which uses a String parameter. When i try to send it to "Crystal Reports->Add to New Report" a message says that there is an error in the sql sentence.

I was wondering if there is a way to use an SQL file with parameters in Crystal Reports for Eclipse.

This is my SQL:

SELECT substr(factura.fanum,1,6),sum(dfimp)

FROM factura,detfact

WHERE

factura.fanum=detfact.fanum AND

detfact.dftip='TM' AND

factura.fadgen<=&1 AND

(factura.fadcob IS NULL OR (factura.fadcob IS NOT NULL AND factura.fadcob>&1)) AND

(factura.fadbaixa IS NULL OR (factura.fadbaixa IS NOT NULL AND factura.fadbaixa>&1)) AND

(detfact.dfdbaixa IS NULL OR (detfact.dfdbaixa IS NOT NULL AND detfact.dfdbaixa>&1)) AND

0 = (SELECT count(*)

FROM devfact

WHERE devfact.fanum=factura.fanum AND

fadcob<=&1 AND

dvddev>&1)

GROUP BY substr(factura.fanum,1,6)

Thanks in advance

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  • Posted on Nov 15, 2009 at 10:39 PM

    Not possible. You cannot edit the SQL a report generates which also tells you you can inject a SQL statement into a report. The report generates the SQL it requires when creating the report.

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