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Set connection properties of Crystal Report Control

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How to set the Crystal Report control connection properties at run time.
I am using SQL server database. When the database server name changed, i need to change all reports database location one by one. Is there a way to pass the connection properties to Crystal report from VB, so when i changed on database server name in VB, no change required on CR.

Hope someone can help me on this. Thanks
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This file explains various methods in which we can change the data source of a report at run time.
http://support.crystaldecisions.com/communityCS/TechnicalPapers/cr_rdc_dbconnectivity.pdf
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