Crystal Reports 8.5 Stored Procedure Parameters

Posted on 2009-02-16
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I have a report that uses a stored procedure for the input parameters on loading the report. I changed the parameters on the stored proc in sql2005 but the report still prompts for them. How do I tell the report to look at the updated proc?
Question by:caseyrharris
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    Go to database->Verify Database
    if that doesnt work try replacing the update procdure with the old procedure using 'Set datasource Location'
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    Author Comment

    I could have sworn I did that, but I guess I didn't. That worked, thanks!

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