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Crystal report is not discarding data when used in .Net using VB.net

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Hi,

I'm calling a crystal report (.rpt) in the VB.Net. But, it is not discarding previous data.

How can I discard data? I checked the Discard data befor loading option in the Default settings option of the report also.

plz... do let me asap.

thanks in advance.
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Question by:indiagenious
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rattmman earned 50 total points
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Are you populating with a dataset you created in VB.NET?

If so you should empty that dataset before you load the next record.

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Not sure about .Net but CR8 has a SAVE DATA WITH REPORT feature that can be truned off

Open the report
Click FILE
Ensure SAVE DATA WITH REPORT is unchecked

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