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How to reference crystal report field in vb.net code

Posted on 2009-04-10
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Hi Expert,

I have a filed on the report(the value from a table column) .I need check if the value is great than 0 I need show hyperlink on this field otherwise not. How I can do it?

thanks in advance.
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You really can't do it from .Net code

Try this idea
Right click the field
Click FORMAT FIELD
Click the HYPERLINK tab
Choose the type of link
Click the formula button to the right of the address
Add a formula like

If ({YourFiled} > 0 then
  "HTTP:Hyperlink"
else
   ""

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