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Crystal Report, Load image at runtime

Posted on 2004-03-24
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I am using Crystal Reports 8.5 (RDC) for a VB 6.0 application. Reports contain company logo at top of each report. I need a way to pass logo to report at runtime(Without using craxddrt.dll), so that we don't have to re compile the application for each of our customers whenever we upgrade the application. Is there a way to load an image to CR directly from a databaseme field? This will be a great help.

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