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I have a Access database and i want to run a crystal report on it.  The problem is it has a password and don't know how set the password at run-time.  I found a similar issue at the link below, but the link to the solution doesn't work.


http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS-SQL-Server/Q_20422802.html#discussion
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It took a few minutes, but I re-found the link to the example.  Go to this page:

https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/boc/downloads

Click on the link "Get Crystal Reports, Crystal Reports Server, and Xcelsius downloads"

On the next screen, select Crystal Reports from the Software Product dropdown.  Select Sample from the Software Type dropdown.  Click Search

When the list comes up, enter "*password*" (without the quote marks) into the File Title filter box, and press enter.

The items that come up are linked to the example in the original question.
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hmm.. no results for me :(
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