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Passing Parameters to a Crystal Report and data from more tables

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I am new to Crystal reports an I have problems passing parameters form
outside to Crystal report an creating a report with data from more
than one table

This is the problem:
I have to make a report( VS.NET, C#, Web Form) with 3 parts and with
data from three tables:
1st part: all the field values form table1 coresponding to an Id (Id
is prymary key and I want to get only one row);
2nd part: multiple rows from table2 coresponding to the same Id
3th part: multiple rows from table3 coresponding to the Id
In table2 and table3 Id is foreign key
I want to pass this Id form a list/textbox on the Web form as a
parameter to my report.
I created a parameter for the report called MF_Id with default value
1001 -the value exist in table1. I
f I set the Id field to be equal to 1001 it works, but when I set it
to be equal to {?MF_Id} it dosen't work. (form Select Expert)
It dosen't work when I write
neither.(value 1001 will be replaced with a variable later- but I
want it to work like this for now)

Could you tell me how can I fix this?

Alsow I what suggestion about how to dial with the three parts of the
a record with three subrecords - each one passing the parameter Id or
a command with union of select statemens. Selecting all the tables and
all the fields with the condition that Id=1001 well the row from
table1 and the rows from table2, but the rows from table3 are not
unique (repeat the seame row ).
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you need to have everything embedded in your sql statement

You could further follow that has
an electronic book on .NET with crystal reports.

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