Passing Formula to cr viewer


 How can i pass multiple formulas to cr viewer through vb.? i don't want to use this


 because the sequence is hard to remenber.

Instead of 8 is it possible to specify formula name like it can be done in Cr activex control.

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Yes and no.

The names are available but I don't think they can be used as an array index like

You can do something like

for i = 1 to CR_Report.FormulaFields.count
    if (UCase(CR_Report.FormulaFields.Name(i)) = UCase(FormualaToPassName)) then
      CR_Report.FormulaFields(i).Text = NewFormulaString
   end if
Next i

A little slower but it works well.  I pass all my information to reports in a similar manner.


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