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Crystal reports with visual basic

How can i refresh a crystal report from visual basic. i used a crystal report control and assign the file to it, assign the destination, and show it, but when i use deferent data, the data shown in the report is still the one i use first time, so how can i solve this problem??

Note: the report data is assigned from one table at design time, not from visual basic at run time
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Mohammed NasmanSoftware DeveloperCommented:

  Go to the Crystal report and from the file menu, remove the check from this item "save data with report"

Best regards
Mohammed Nasman
You can also do this inside of VB by setting the DiscardSavedData property of the control to True:

Report1.DiscardSavedData = True

Before you run the report.
By the way, what do you mean by "when I use different data" are you passing a different selectionformula or different storedprocparams?
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