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Parameter Values from Stored Procedure

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hi there, i am using crystal report 5.0, and i have a stored procedure from informix,
that asks for two parameters, when i run my report can i get the value of the paramaters
that i asked from the stored procedure? how can i do this?  

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Yes, you can pass parameters to a SP.


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No you cannot access the stored procedure parameters directly.  You have to include the stored procedure parameters in the select statement.

Say your select statement in stored procedure is
"Select * from tblProducts" then

change it to
"Select *, @ProductCode, @ProductId from tblProducts"

where @ProductCode, @ProductId are the parameters.

I am definite that you cannot access stored procedure parameters directly.  I even talked to the Crystal tech support on this.

Note: To set the values of stored procedure parameters from vb, using crystal activex, use .StoredProcParam property.


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