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LinkButton being obscured by Crystal Report

Posted on 2007-03-23
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Hi,

I have an .aspx page displaying a Crystal Report.  I'd like to have a LinkButton below the report so that the user can return to the previous page.

I'm having problems placing the LB, because although it's below the CR viewer in the html, it gets covered up by the report in the design view.

How can I get the LB to show up below the report?

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Question by:jgerbitz
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You probably can't since the report will grow down.

Try putting it abovethe viewer to the right.

What viewer are you using?
You may be able to set it on the page and fix its size.

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by:jgerbitz
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I'm using the CrystalReportView from the toolbox in VS.NET.

I put the LB above the viewer, and it's visible now.  The viewer had some weird absolute and z-position coordinates that are probably there from when I dragged it from the toolbox.  I got rid of those and now have it like this (for those who come across a similar issue):

                              <form id="Form1" method="post" runat="server">
                                    <p>&nbsp;</p>
                                    <p><asp:linkbutton id="lbBack" Runat="server">Back</asp:linkbutton> to main Reports page.</p>
                                    <p>&nbsp;</p>
                                    <CR:CRYSTALREPORTVIEWER id=CrystalReportViewer1 runat="server" DisplayGroupTree="False" Height="820px" Width="1201px" ReportSource='<%# "C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\ClinicalPathways\PatientSummary.rpt" %>' AutoDataBind="true">
                                    </CR:CRYSTALREPORTVIEWER>
                              </form>

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Glad i could help

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