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Hi,
I just want the code to change the database connection dynamically(changing server name and database name) without using the dataset or data table when connecting to a crystal report that works well in visual studio 2010 (either c#.net or vb.net)?
In other words I want to simply pass server name and database name from visual studio 2010 to crystal reports to generate report in a different server and database other than the report originally created, without using data set or data table in .net
Posted 25-Jul-12 12:21pm
Reji Ab565
Edited 27-Jul-12 4:07am
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Solution 1

You can use SetDatabaseLogon() method exposed to set parameters of connection at runtime.

Try:
 myCrystalReprot.SetDatabaseLogon("myUsername", "myPassword","servername","dbname");

Refer:
C# Crystal Reports Dynamic Logon parameters [^]
MSDN: Using the SetDatabaseLogon() Method of the ReportDocument Class[^]
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Member 2485360 at 28-Jul-12 1:39am
   
SetDataBaseLogon() didn't work for me. Other code works, Thank you
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Solution 2

See this Article

http://www.codeproject.com/script/Articles/ArticleVersion.aspx?waid=32615&aid=439697
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