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How do I pass Command parameters to Report parameters?

Posted on 2011-09-27
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I have to write a Crystal Report with possibly 6 parameters.  I have created a SQL to query the data.  Is there a way to pass the Command Parameters (for example, {?Company}) to the Report parameters to make them more user friendly?  Thanks..
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When you create a command with a parameter, the command parameters are imported into Crystal Reports automatically.  That being said, you don't get all the same functionality, such as setting the parameters to be dynamic.
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