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Populating the crystal report labels from using code behing

Posted on 2012-03-23
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My database is running on two languages, I used a table from the database to select the label to put on the form if a table field value is equal to the form control name.

I use me.controls(controlname).name = mmmm then me.controls(controlname).text = bra bra.

I want to apply the same technique on the crystal reports.

I am using VB.NET

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I don't know if you can do it from the application but assuming you have the table available in the report, the report can use it to change the labels.  Use a formula for the labels.

If {Language} = 'English' then
   'Name'
Else
   'Nom'

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