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Database Login for Crystal Reports v.9(.NET) with Visual Basic 6.0

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I am using vb 6 and I am calling a crystal report that was made with the Crystal Reports that came with .NET.  Which I think is very similar to version 9.  I am trying to load and display the report without having the login popup show.  The database that it is connecting to is a MS Access DB that is password protected.  Thanks.
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You do it by using RDC. Check this out

http://support.businessobjects.com/library/kbase/articles/c2002296.asp 

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Emre
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Glad to help

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