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I would like to determine the field the user clicked on a Crystal Report XI preview control.
I am using Visual Foxpro 9.

The method of the Clicked event looks like this:

*** ActiveX Control Event ***
LPARAMETERS x, y, eventinfo, usedefault
LOCAL aaa AS CrystalActiveXReportView.CRVEventInfo
aaa = eventinfo

When I try to access any members of aaa object I get the message:

OLE error code 0x8002802b: Element not found.

Can anyone help ?
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Question by:pionier
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by:mlmcc
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I am not sure that you can do that.

do the fields have click events themselves or there only a click event on the report?

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by:pionier
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mlmcc,

The click event in on the report.

When event fires, I can access x and y values, but cannot access  
EventInfo object properties and methods. In the debbuger the watch  
shows that EventInfo is "(Object)", its type is "O". But there are no  
properties shown there.  
 
On BusinessObjects site there is an example in Visual Basic wich seems to work:

Dim myField As CRVIEWERLibCtl.CRField
Dim myFields As CRVIEWERLibCtl.CRFields
Dim myEventInfo As CRVIEWERLibCtl.CRVEventInfo

Private Sub CRViewer1_Clicked(ByVal x As Long, ByVal y As Long, EventInfo As Variant, UseDefault As Boolean)
Dim numIndex As Long

'Set the EventInfo object to trap the CRviewer event such as click in this case:
Set myEventInfo = EventInfo

'Set the fields collections of the report:
Set myFields = myEventInfo.GetFields

'Assign the index that the user is clicked on:
numIndex = myFields.SelectedFieldIndex

'If the user didn't click on right spot, exit sub:
If numIndex = 0 Then Exit Sub

'Assign the field object to the one clicked on:
Set myField = myFields.Item(numIndex)

'Shows the clicked field name:
MsgBox myField.Name

'Shows the field value(content):
MsgBox myField.Value

End Sub

And I found another example in Delphi:

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;



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Sorry.  It may not be possible.  I don't have CR XI so I can't try it.

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