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Crystal Reports not working with stored proc and record selection formula simultaneously


I am using crystal decision of version 10.2. When I pass db parameter while loading crystal report and also use record selection formula from C#.Net it does not work and gives following error:

This field name is not known. Error in File C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\Aging Report R1_3xabq3urvmonoi0odke0xp0dr {9B5715E2-8445-45DD-B5BD-37831D6F266E}.rpt: Error in formula . '{VIEW_AGING_HISTORY.ISSUE_NUMBER} In ["1"] AND {VIEW_AGING_HISTORY.VOLUME_NUMBER} In ["24"]' This field name is not known.

I tried to remove one of them and it work fine. By hit and trial I removed complex formulas and subreports to fix this issue, I found when I remove Groups from the CR it worked with SP paramaters and record selection formula. This is a problem I need groups in my crystal reports and cannot avoid grouping. Do any body have idea what could be the actual cause and any solution to this problem.

Following is the code to load CR:

Hashtable hshtbl = DbInfo();

CrystalLoginInfo loginInfo = new CrystalLoginInfo(hshtbl["data source"].ToString(), hshtbl["initial catalog"].ToString(), hshtbl["user id"].ToString(), hshtbl["password"].ToString());


CRVGeneral.DisplayGroupTree = false;

CRVGeneral.DisplayToolbar = true;

string Datasource = rptLoad.Database.Tables[0].Name;

if (Datasource.Contains(";"))//If data source is stored proc


#region [Code added for filter loading using SP]

if (strFormula.Length > 0)


rptLoad.RecordSelectionFormula = strFormula;


DataTable DIT = new DataTable();


ParameterFields myParameterFields = new ParameterFields();

ParameterField myParameterField = new ParameterField();

ParameterDiscreteValue myDiscreteValue = new ParameterDiscreteValue();

if (rptLoad.DataDefinition.ParameterFields.Count > 0)


myParameterField.Name = "@PARAM1";

myParameterField.ParameterValueType = ParameterValueKind.NumberParameter;

myDiscreteValue.Value = PARAM1;



string PARAM2= GetPARAM2();

myParameterField = new ParameterField();

myDiscreteValue = new ParameterDiscreteValue();

myParameterField.Name = "@PARAM2";

myParameterField.ParameterValueType = ParameterValueKind.NumberParameter;

myDiscreteValue.Value = Convert.ToDecimal(PARAM2);




CRVGeneral.ReportSource = rptLoad;

CRVGeneral.ParameterFieldInfo = myParameterFields;




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    Posted on Apr 17, 2012 at 03:10 PM

    I only have two suggestions:

    1) Make sure you are using SP 1 for CR 10.2:

    2) Contact sales and ask them for a trial version of CR 2008. Sales ph: 866-681-3435

    Please note that if SP1 does not resolve the issue, you have no choice but to see if this works in CR 2008 or Crystal Reports for Visual Studio 2010 as there are no further Service Packs planned for CR 10.2.

    - Ludek

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    • Former Member Ludek Uher


      Version of assemblies referenced in my appliction was 10.2. originally this website was developed in VS 2.0 then upgraded to VS4.0 but CR assemblies were not upgraded. There was change in crystal report data retrieval, i needed agency from web interface and then generate report of that agency only.Previously I was using SQL Views but later it was replaced by stored procedure and agencyID was passed as parameter from ASP.Net to the CR. Here I start getting the above mentioned issue.

      According to your suggestion I have used the following version of CR:

      Still facing the same problem. Any suggestion?



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