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How can I pass parameters from a vb form to crystal reports 8.5

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How can I pass parameters from a vb form to crystal reports 8.5 , if the crystal report is inside my data environment

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by:ceasar70
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sorry, correction to my question
my report is my project but uses a command in the data  environment
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Marque_Quinsaat earned 50 total points
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You can use
CrystalReports.formulas(0) = "formulaName ='" & ValueString & "'"
CrystalReports.formulas(0) = "formulaName =#" & ValueDate & "#"
CrystalReports.formulas(0) = "formulaName =" & ValueNumber
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