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Print datagrid data to crystal report

Posted on 2011-03-22
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Using sql statment Getting Data into datagrid1,
now i want to print that data,
using crystal report 7

Note: in SQL Statement i am using UNION ALL to join two table


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Why don't you just run the query again and send it to crystal reports when you perform the print. It would be cumbersome to try and read the data off the datagrid and send it to the report. The downside is that the database might have changed by the time you request to print. Otherwise you can use datasets to store the data and print it from there when you perform the print.
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