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Posted on 1998-11-13
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WHEN CALLING A CRYSTAL REPORT CAN YOU EXPLAIN THIS:


REPORT1.DATAFILES(0) = PATH
REPORT1.REPORTFILENAME = PATH
REPORT1.ACTION = 2

WHAT IS REPORT1, DOES IT HAVE TO BE DECLARED SOMEWHERE, IS IT THE NAME OF THE REPORT OR WHAT, NEED HELP BAD!!!!!!
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mmahdi earned 70 total points
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Hi,

REPORT1, or do you mean CRYSTALREPORT1??
CRYSTALREPORT1 is the name of the Crystal Report control to which you assign properties such as REPORTFILENAME, ACTION, ...
Just the same as using a TEXT box and saying TEXT1.TEXT=SOMETEXT

I hope this will help


Cheers
Baltaz13
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by:EnterSandman
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CRYSTALREPORT1? Where did you get that name...?
As far as I can understand, the Control name of the Crystal Report control was REPORT1. You know that you can change the name of the Control at design time...


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