I have a .NET project that is using Crystal Decisions CrystalReportViewer and ReportDocument objects to display a Crystal report. I am handling the mouse click event to capture the coordinates and execute some procedures based on what the user has clicked within the report.
Is there anyway to pass the mouse coordinates to the Report Viewer or Report Document do figure out what the user has clicked on?
I have found an object type called CrystalDecisions.Windows.Forms.ReportObjectHitTest, but I have no clue how to use it, and I could not find any documentation that talks about it.
I know its possible to get some info out from the report using the Drill Event, but that only works for groups on properly formatted reports.