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problem in passing parameters to the report.

Posted on 2003-11-17
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Dears,

I'v a problem in passing parameters into the report. i wrote down query in Dataenvironment as passing the item_id like this.
SELECT Date_of_purches, item_Id, SerialNo, supplier,
    Issuedfor
FROM Stock_Detail
WHERE (item_Id = ?)
ORDER BY SerialNo

then pass the parameter like this
    str = Combo1.Text
    DataEnvironment1.command1(str)
    DataReport1.show

when i run the programm it print only one time for perticular selecter item from combo box.but if second time select 4 another item or even same item it wont print. giving error like "operation is not allowed when the object is open!"
can u plz anyone give better solution 2 over come this.

jena..
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to get rid of your object open error write down this:

if DataEnvironment1.rscommand1.State=adStateOpen then DataEnvironment1.rscommand1.Close

** you are closing the recordset of the command, not the command itself
    write this before you call your command.



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