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Adding fields to existing crystal report.net

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I have just started using Crystal Report.Net.

I add a database connection using an external xsd file. But the problem is
each time I need to add a field, I have to delete the connection and then
re-add the connection. The problem is that each time i remove the existing
connection, I lost all the bound fields. Then i will have to add each of the
fields again.

Pls help.

Thank your
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What are you using to select data from the database?
How are you adding fields for the report to select?

CR v8 has the ability to VERIFY the DATABASE.  In v8 it is under the DATABASE menu.  This checks the existing connection for changes to the data selection.

good luck
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Actually I have found it myself anyway i give your the credits ..
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