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Posted on 2008-06-18
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Hi,

Everytime I run the Crystal report it always ask me for the password, even though when i create the DB connection I declare the password. I check the property of my connection and it seems the password is not saved.

how can I save the password in CR so it wont ask me again for password everytime I run the report.

I am using OLEDB Provider for SQL Server to connect.

thanks!
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For security reasons, Crystal doesn't save the password.

How are you running the report?

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by:Anvie
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I run the report using visual studio 2005. I can pass parameter using VS then I tried to config the passing of password in web.config but no luck.

I will really appriciate if you can help me with this because I am dealing with this more than a week now ;-(

Thanks!
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This tutorial has a wlakthrough on passing the password through code
http://www.businessobjects.com/global/pdf/dev_zone/VS2005_Walkthroughs.pdf

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