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How can I use CRVEventInfo in Delphi

Posted on 2004-10-16
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I am using Crystal Report 9 RDC in Delphi 7 with the CRViewer ActiveX for the preview.
I would like to be able to determine the field the user clicked on in the preview window. The OnClick Event looks like this:

procedure TFormPreview.CRViewerClicked(Sender: TObject; x, y: Integer;
  var EventInfo: OleVariant; var UseDefault: WordBool);

I have seen many working exemples of VB code but can't manage to reproduce it under Delphi.

Each time I tried to access the properties:
  EventInfo.text
  EventInfo.type
  EventInfo.GetFields
I get the error "Element not found"

Any help would be welcome.

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Question by:pnozay
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by:OGURaja
ID: 12327378
I think by using Delphi Activex you cannot trigger any events of the report . You must be using COM Event sink generator tool for Delphi inorder using report events or section formating events.The name of it is Event Sink

refer article c2010927 in Business Objects website
( http://support.businessobjects.com/library/kbase/articles/c2010927.asp ).

I guess this might be useful or may be i am wrong....

-Raja

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by:pnozay
ID: 12330420
Thank you Raja for the propostion.
I tried re-generating the TLB with this tool but it did not solve the issue. Actually the event is triggered so the sink worked. My problem was to interpret the parameter.

By examining the OLEVariant, I finally managed to access the properties:

procedure TFormPreview.CRViewerClicked(Sender: TObject; x, y: Integer;
  var EventInfo: OleVariant; var UseDefault: WordBool);
var
  interf : ICRVEventInfo;
  s : string;
begin
  interf := ICRVEventInfo(TVarData(EventInfo).VUnknown);
  s := interf.Text;

So I will close this topic.
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