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Stored procedures orientation

Posted on 1999-01-25
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I need some orientation on the use of stored procedures on SQL Server 6.5 and Crystal Report on VB 6.0. I have created some stored proc with parameters. When designing a report in Crystal, he ask me to enter a value for the parameters, all is fine. When I want to show the report, how can I change the value of the parameter? Where I must do this, in VB or Crystal?
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If you are running the report from within VHB using a crystalk control then you can use the following syntax :

CrystalReport1.StoredProcParam(0)=”06/14/1989”
CrystalReport1.StoredProcParam(1)=10

If you just run the report from crystal then the user will be prompted for the parameters.

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Great, finally it is real simple, but you save me a lot of research.

Thanks
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