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How to disable Parameter passing window in Crystal Reports

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Hi ,
I would like to disable the parameter passing window in crystal reports,as i am already sending the parameters thro the VB programme,i am sending around 7 parameters to the reports during runtime,but still that window appears.
Please find the solution.
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WHat code are you using to pass the parameters?

One of the options on the call to CR is to prompt or not for parameters.

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Someone recently asked the exact same question here.  You could save on points by quickly browsing or searching through the previously asked questions before posting your own.

The answer I gave for that one was that it is not necessary to define parameters in Crystal.  If you do, I think it is difficult, if not impossible to prevent the prompt from appearing.

Instead of parameters, create formula fields.  Then, in your code, just as you'd set the parameters, do:

Report1.Formulas(0) = "Cust_ID=5"
Report1.Action .......

Make sure to remove the parameters from the report, or you will still get the prompt.
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I pass parameters routinely without a prompt.  It is simply done through the CR control but each one is slightly different.

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