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crystal report, open a stored procedure

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hello, i've built a stored procedure in informix, however when i try to open it in crystal report through allow reporting on : stored procedure, the stored procedure is not among the list of choices that appears like the the tables and the views, i'm not sure if it is because there is a problem with crystal report 5.0 with opening stored procedure.
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Hi Mallow2!

File-Options, go to the SQL tab, in the "Allow Reporting On" frame, check "Stored Procedures".  That will allow you to view SP's
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