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VB.NET & CRYSTAL REPORTS

Hi

Can any one help me. I added crystal report item to my project .net. After
connecting to database , i inserted three columns from table. I ran report in
..net is working fine.

My problem, I want to add fouth column from DB to my report. My field
viewer is disable, I cann't insert columns from table. Can any one help me to
enable field viewer in tool bar.

Thanks
kalyan
Nov 21 '05 #1
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I have been fighting a lot with Crystal 9 and gotten it to work the way I
want it. But I have never made a report. A collegue have made the reports
and I have the integrated them in Windows Forms and in ASP:NET with
parameters that the user can type in in runtime.

I dont' really understand what your problem is. can you describe it again a
little more detailed?

/Lars

"Trichy" <Tr****@discussions.microsoft.com> skrev i meddelandet
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Hi

Can any one help me. I added crystal report item to my project .net. After
connecting to database , i inserted three columns from table. I ran report in .net is working fine.

My problem, I want to add fouth column from DB to my report. My field
viewer is disable, I cann't insert columns from table. Can any one help me to enable field viewer in tool bar.

Thanks
kalyan

Nov 21 '05 #2
Hi

Thanks for reply. I already created report not with crystal report but
through .net. Now I want to add new column in my database to crystal report.
Field viewer is disabled. If i open crystal report in .net.

My database is Access and i dont have access installed on my m/c.
I am able to connect Database through ADO. Reports working fine.
Thanks
kalyan
"Trichy" wrote:
Hi

Can any one help me. I added crystal report item to my project .net. After
connecting to database , i inserted three columns from table. I ran report in
.net is working fine.

My problem, I want to add fouth column from DB to my report. My field
viewer is disable, I cann't insert columns from table. Can any one help me to
enable field viewer in tool bar.

Thanks
kalyan

Nov 21 '05 #3
You mean you have created the report in the Visual Studio interface instead
of in Crystal Reports? I don't really think there's a differance, either way
you will have a rpt file to work with right?

When you say you want to add another Field to the database, you mean you
want to see that field in the reports as well I asume?

If you have created another field in the database you should of course be
able to open the rpt file in Visual Studio and just connect to the database
and add the new filed whereever you want it in the report. This would have
more to do with creating reports instead of integrating with the crViewer
which makes me doubt that I understand what it is you want to do...

Creating a field and addding it to the report has nothign to do with the
crViewer .. .unless of course you are doing everything in Runtime.. are
you?

/Lars

"Kalyan" <Ka****@discussions.microsoft.com> skrev i meddelandet
news:01**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi

Thanks for reply. I already created report not with crystal report but
through .net. Now I want to add new column in my database to crystal report. Field viewer is disabled. If i open crystal report in .net.

My database is Access and i dont have access installed on my m/c.
I am able to connect Database through ADO. Reports working fine.
Thanks
kalyan
"Trichy" wrote:
Hi

Can any one help me. I added crystal report item to my project .net. After connecting to database , i inserted three columns from table. I ran report in .net is working fine.

My problem, I want to add fouth column from DB to my report. My field
viewer is disable, I cann't insert columns from table. Can any one help me to enable field viewer in tool bar.

Thanks
kalyan

Nov 21 '05 #4

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