Disable tooltip through Code in Crystal Report.NET with VS.NET 2003

Posted on 2004-09-28
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
i am using CR.NET with VS.NET 2003 (VB.NET). i have more that 100+ reports in my project. all r working fine.
The only problem i m facing is tooltip. How can i disable tool tip from code. i dont want to change it from designer cause it takes 2-3 days to set tooltip for all objects in all reports.

Thanks in anticipation.
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frodoman earned 168 total points
ID: 12168436
How to disable Tool Tips when viewing a report at runtime in the CR Viewer:

The code in the above example is for CR8.5 but it's using RDC so it'll work with CR.Net as well.


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in CR.NET report object does not have conditionFormula.

For I = 1 To Report.Sections.Count
' Loop through all the sections in the report
For X = 1 To Report.Sections(I).ReportObjects.Count

' Loop through all the ReportObjects in each section
If Report.Sections(I).ReportObjects.Item(X).Kind = crFieldObject Or crTextObject Then
Report.Sections(I).ReportObjects.Item(X).ConditionFormula(crToolTipTextConditionFormulaType) = "Chr(9)"

End If

Next X

Next I

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ebolek earned 166 total points
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If you dont see conditionformula that means you are not using RDC. Either get the licenses for it or you wont be able to do this with the standalone .net application

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ID: 12169062
What do you mean there's no condition formula?
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Expert Comment

ID: 12169070
Oops - stale browser.  As Emre said - it's there if you're using the RDC model.  This shouldn't be a license issue if you have Visual Studio...
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ID: 12169073
You may also find that doing this slows down the presentation of reports to the user.

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mlmcc earned 166 total points
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This may be the answer for the ActiveX Viewer

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Recommend split frodoman, ebolek, mlmcc


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