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I am using adodb with the help of oracle while printing the it prints multiple rows

I am using adodb with the help of oracle while printing the data report prints multiple rows but I want a selected row to be printed in the data report. Please help me if any one
One more question i.e., can I pre-view the report at run time.
One member suggested me that try the following one

“Use Component one’s Vidiosoft Printer ctrl
and Ur problem will be get solved”

But by opening the component window I didn’t found the above component if any one can help please help me with an example.
Apr 5 '07 #1
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I am using adodb with the help of oracle while printing the data report prints multiple rows but I want a selected row to be printed in the data report. Please help me if any one
One more question i.e., can I pre-view the report at run time.
One member suggested me that try the following one

“Use Component one’s Vidiosoft Printer ctrl
and Ur problem will be get solved”

But by opening the component window I didn’t found the above component if any one can help please help me with an example.
Is your problem now resolved?
Apr 10 '07 #2
Is your problem now resolved?
No i didn't find a vidisoft component
Apr 10 '07 #3
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2,364 Expert 2GB
No i didn't find a vidisoft component
Sorry to hear that...

I am afraid I cannot help with Vidisoft, but I can somehow present a simpler/elementary solution. Might throw you off course a bit, if you'd rather stay the current path. I know both Oracle and MS Access, thus querying should not be too different with the use of adodc. I have a step by step DataReport here, among others, if you'd like to search. Please look under Re: Adodc. You would need to do all of the work, the steps, nonetheless, would help guide you.

I urge you to search. Good luck and have fun with this project...
Apr 15 '07 #4

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