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Crystal Reports 8.0 always ask for password

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I have a report running from a IIS 4.0 with Cold Fusion Programming. I have also a connection to a SQL server 7.0 installed on a different computer. Always. whe I run the WEB page and try to see my report ask me for a User name and Password to make the Query to the Data base. I already apply the update for the ODBC driver and a patch for the registry but none of those work.
Do you have an idea how to fix this problem?
Thanks for your help.
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Are you calling your report via html or ASP?
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I'm using html. Do you have any idea?
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Try

http://<servername>/reportname.rpt?user0=username&password0=password

See http://support.crystaldecisions.com/kbase/c2002209.asp for a discussion and other links.

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do u add this code in your ASP page?

table1.SetLogonInfo [DSN}, [table_name] , [sa], [password]
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