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how can we call crystal report into a .net aplication and pass parameters?

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how can we call crystal report into a .net aplication and pass parameters?
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Here's an easy way to pass parameters      
' Declare variables needed to pass the parameters to the viewer control.
            Dim paramFields As New ParameterFields
            Dim paramField As New ParameterField
            Dim discreteVal As New ParameterDiscreteValue

' The first parameter is a discrete parameter with multiple values.
' Set the name of the parameter field, this must match a parameter in the report.
            paramField.ParameterFieldName = "@LevyYear"
'*** SETTING THE FIRST DISCRETE VALUE & PASS IT TO THE PARAMETER ***
            discreteVal.Value = "Levy Year: " & glbLevyYear
            paramField.CurrentValues.Add(discreteVal)
'*** ADDING THE PARAMETER TO THE PARAMETER FIELDS COLLECTION ***
            paramFields.Add(paramField)

 '*** PASSING A SECOND PARAMETER (DISCRETE VALUE) ***
            paramField = New ParameterField
            paramField.ParameterFieldName = "@Description"
            discreteVal = New ParameterDiscreteValue
            discreteVal.Value = "Levy Year: " & glbLevyYear & " | Commitment Number: " & glbCommitNumber
            paramField.CurrentValues.Add(discreteVal)
            paramFields.Add(paramField)
'*** DON'T FORGET TO ALWAYS ADD THE PARAMETER TO THE PARAMFIELDS AFTER ENTERING THE VALUE *** IT MUST BE ADDED AFTER EACH NEW PARAMETER ***

'*** SET THE PARAMETER FIELDS COLLECTION INTO THE VIEWER CONTROL ***
            crpViewer.ParameterFieldInfo = paramFields
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THANK U ALL..It worked
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