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Hi all,
User views a Crystal report. He wants to open a particular translation form for correction at the same time. How can he do it?
please suggest me ,how can i implement this issue. Looks like a hyperlink that opens winform.
Posted 18-Apr-10 19:40pm
Edited 18-Apr-10 21:15pm
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Solution 1

I've never thought to do this, but I do have some forms that host the CrystalReportViewer control and I think it can be done.
The control raises an event, ClickPage, which has a CrystalDecisions.Windows.Forms.PageMouseEventArgs parameter. This has a property, ObjectInfo, which carries information about "the selected object," presumably, the object that the user clicked. If the user clicked on a link, it should be possible to convert it and extract meaningful information. You can then use this information to open translation form X.
I have not used links embedded in reports, so I may be wrong. Still.... Try encoding your information in the link's URL field. Create a pseudo protocol, and then a field indicating the form to open, say, trans:SPA. When ClickPage intercepts the click, if the object is a link and the link has a URL that starts with trans: you can open the requested translation form. Otherwise, treat it as a normal URL.
Let me know if this works, I can see a few nice uses for this.
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Solution 2

I know it's a little bit late, but you can't believe how long I spent looking for such a solution, most of the other related posts mentioned that it's "NOT POSSIBLE", so thanks a lot Gregory for posting this.
It worked perfectly with me, by adding the following code:
Private Sub CRV_ClickPage(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As CrystalDecisions.Windows.Forms.PageMouseEventArgs) Handles CRV.ClickPage
        If e.ObjectInfo.Name = "vouCode" Then
            Dim frmToLoad As New Services
        End If
    End Sub
Where e.ObjectInfo.Name will return the IFieldObject name, and e.ObjectInfo.Text will return it's text.
bdpatel at 17-Feb-12 3:59am
which version of crystal report are you using
shaijuvjohn at 26-Mar-12 2:52am
Hi i am trying to do the same in C# 2008 and crystal reports 10.5. I have added a CRV and the above said event - ClickPage doesn't found. Is it available in c# or vs2008. I am waiting for your reply.

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