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pass VB variable value to  Seagate Crystal Report  using ADO

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I am using Seagate Crystal Report in VB , I want to to pass the values to Seagate Crystal  Report from VB . I am using ADOdb for dataconnecion

      is it any benefit for using seagate crystal report .  
please give me the codeing ....
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u can use SelectionFormula like

Crystal1.SelectionFormula = "{Query1.Field1}='" &     strVariable & "' and {Query1.Field2}=" & intVariable

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If u want to just display the values from VB to Crystal Report then create few formula fields on the crystal report but remember their order as it matters.
From Vb while calling the report just append this code.
.formula(0)={Vb varaible name or the control name}
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like this assign as many values as u need.
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