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Using the Report Control with Parameters

Posted on 2007-03-27
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Using VB.NET 2005:

Using the Report Control, I've created a dataset from Datasource wizard for use in a report for the Control.
The report, as is the case with most reports, needs parameters.  How do I alter the SQL behing the dataset during run time?  Or is there another way that I should handle parameters with the Report Control?
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Question by:fbk2000
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jeebukarthikeyan earned 500 total points
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hi,

follow this link
http://gotreportviewer.com/localmodeparameters/index.html

download the samples

b u d d h a
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