I have created a report in Crystal Reports the pulls up via "hotspots" in my database software (E2). Before the report will run the user is prompted for the server password. Is there a way to save this password somewhere in crystal reports so this prompt does not come up?
In that case you could get your DBA to create the user(s) an account that uses windows authentication and give them read only access to the necessary tables.
That way SQL server will autenticate against
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