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  1. Private Sub BPrint_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles BPrint.Click
  2. Dim frm As New FrmPrintReport 'reports
  3. Dim cr As New CRepResponsable
  4. cr.SetParameterValue(0, Val(Me.TBAccountNumber.Text))'integer
  5. cr.SetParameterValue(1, Me.TBAccountNumber.Text)'string
  6. cr.SetParameterValue(2, vbNull) 'integer
  7. cr.SetParameterValue(3, vbNull) 'string
  9. frm.CrystalReportViewer.ReportSource = cr
  10. frm.MdiParent = Me.MdiParent
  11. frm.Show()
  12. End Sub
  14. i have the code above. i could not pass a null parameter, to the crystal reports. i will have an empty report  i tried vbnull.null and vbnull.empty same result.
  15. but if I put
  16. cr.SetParameterValue(2, Val(Me.TBSubAccount.Text))) 'integer 'not null
  17. cr.SetParameterValue(3, Me.TBSubAccount.Text) 'string 'not null
  18. the report display the values.
here is the select expert formula (CR):
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  1. {CUSTOMERS.SUB_ACCOUNT_NUMBER} = {?SubAccount_String} and
  2. {ecole.serial} = {?AccountNumber} and
  3. {CUSTOMERS.ACCOUNT_NUMBER} = {?AccountNumber_String} and
  4. {ecole.sub_account} = {?SubAccount} 
How could i pass a null parameter?
Jan 9 '07 #1
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121 New Member
you can't just pass "" as an empty string instead of a null value?
Jan 9 '07 #2
4,871 Recognized Expert Specialist
Have you tried DBNull.Value?

Hope that this helps.
Jan 10 '07 #3

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