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Error Printtoprinter CR 2008

Hi
I'm writing an application in VB 2005 with CR2008 where i need to print CR report. I get an error when i try to do it.
Here is my code:

   '                    cr1.FileName = MyPath + "\Reports\ReportRetourSource.rpt"
  cr1.Load(MyPath + "\Reports\ReportRetourSource.rpt", [Shared].OpenReportMethod.OpenReportByDefault)
  cr1.Database.Tables(0).Location = MyPath & "\Database Files\MyDb.mdb"
   cr1.Refresh()
   'cr1.ExportToDisk([Shared].ExportFormatType.PortableDocFormat, MyPath + "\Reports\MyReport.pdf")
  cr1.PrintToPrinter(1, False, 0, 0)

The error appears when i'm on the last line (printtoprinter) and the message is "Trying to divide by zero".
I changed te "True" by "False" and i get the same error.
Then i decided to use the CRViewer to avoid that error and here is the code I add to my application:
''''''''cr1.PrintToPrinter(1, False, 0, 0)
CRV1.ReportSource = cr1
CRV1.PrintReport()
now it works but the problem is that each time I call the PrintReport method, the printdialog appears even if I already have chosen the printer via the PrintDialog1.ShowDialog object in the beginning of the class.

Does somebody have a solution for me????

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fhenreaux

8/22/2022 - Mon
Mike McCracken

I think the printreport will take a FALSE/TRUE as an arguement.  This controls the viewing of the dialog.

mlmcc
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fhenreaux

i'm not sure, i think it doesn't accept any argument.

About the error with the PrinttoPrinter, do you have any idea?

thanks
ASKER
fhenreaux

Yes, I tried today and it doesn't accept true or false.

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Mike McCracken

I'll try to find my code for VB6.  I built my own printer control and got it to print without the dialog.

I don't have it on this machine.

mlmcc
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