C# coding folks - pass string variable from Form to Form

Posted on 2013-06-11
Last Modified: 2013-06-17
Hello experts,

I have a Form.cs file, that contains a station_id variable that I want to pass to my next form:

        public Form1()
            System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity user =

                ITerminalServicesManager manager = new TerminalServicesManager();
                using (ITerminalServer server = manager.GetLocalServer())
                    foreach (ITerminalServicesSession session in server.GetSessions())
                        if (session.UserAccount != null && (user.Name.Split('\\')[1].ToLower() == session.UserName.ToLower()))
                            [b]string  station_id[/b] = Environment.MachineName + ":" + session.SessionId;

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I also have a Form2.cs report with:

        public CrystalDecisions.Shared.IParameterField [b]Parameter_stationvariable[/b] {
            get {
                return this.DataDefinition.ParameterFields[1];

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I want to build the code that will pass the station_id string to the Parameter_stationvariable in Form2cs above.  I am at a loss with C# - any ideas?

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