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Crystal Reports Viewer does not print what it shows

axnst2
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Hi Experts,

    I am pretty new to Crystal Reports.  I have an ASP.NET form that shows a Crystal Reports XI form.  I used an XML file of the actual database schema durring the development of the Report document.  At run time, from code, I pass the report data dynamically in a .NET DataSource to give it the data.  When I execute the code, the viewer shows the correct information in the web site.  However, when I go to print it, it will only print out the original data that I used (weeks ago) to create the report.  That data doesn't even exist in the database anymore.  It's like the report saved the original XML data in itself, and even though I pass it new data, it still uses the old data it got  from the XML file instead of using the datasource I pass it.  But once again, ihe viewer shows the correct data...it just prints the old stuff....I don't get it...  PLEASE HELP!!

Attached is i how I load the report!

Thanks,
axnst2
DataSet invoiceDataDS = DataAccess.GetInvoiceData(12);
 
CrystalReportSource1.ReportDocument.SetDataSource(invoiceDataDS);
 
CrystalReportViewer1.ReportSource = CrystalReportSource1;
 
CrystalReportViewer1.PrintMode = CrystalDecisions.Web.PrintMode.Pdf;
 
CrystalReportViewer1.DisplayGroupTree = false;
 
mvReport.SetActiveView(vwReport);

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