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putting stored procedure result in Crystal report

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If I have sql server stored procedure which select all record in emplyee table (Northwind database) , I want steps and code for putting the storedprocedure result in crystal report report.
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Are you referring to building the report or from an application?

Stored Procedures are not defaulted on in Crystal

Open Crystal (no report is required)
Click FILE --> OPTIONS
Click the database tab
Click to show Stored Procedures

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