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I am using Crystal Report 7 for VB 6.  I have report file Category.rpt to get a report for SQL Server for the following

Server Name : KUMAR
User ID     : kumar
Password    : 123
Database    : Inventory

What is the code we have to write during Runtime in the VB ?.
It means


With CateRpt
  ??????????
  .PrintReport
End with

Thanks
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Question by:thangaraj
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by:gafftech
ID: 2726524
Are you using the .ocx control?

if so

with CateRpt
..filename = "c\category.rpt"
..Preview
end with

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by:brice123
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   With CateRpt
      ' Maximize the report viewer
      .WindowState = crptMaximized
   
      ' Select destination to screen
      .Destination = crptToWindow
     
      ' Set the window title
      .WindowTitle = "Preview"
   
    ' Set the report file name
      .ReportFileName = "reportname.rpt"
   
      ' Discard saved data
      .DiscardSavedData = True
   
      ' Connect to database (using ODBC)
      .Connect="DSN=KUMAR;UID=KUMAR;PWD=123"
   
      ' Print the report
      .Action = 1
    End With


Drop me a line if you need further explanations
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by:thangaraj
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I don't have DSN. Because I am using SQL Server 7. What is the Code ?
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by:thangaraj
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Yes, I am using .ocx
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by:thangaraj
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Any Solution
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gafftech earned 200 total points
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If you look in Help it is under DSN-Less connections.  I can't remember the sytax i think it is
Try this using a normal connectino string

..Connect="pwd=Test;uid=test1;provider=SQLOLEDB;database=test"

Don't forget you need to be using the pdssql.dll in your report.  If you aren't within crystal go to Database change driver and select that .dll

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by:thangaraj
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Yes, It works fine. Can i get ur email ID. I will mail U, if any doubt

Thanks  a  lot
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