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  • Passing Parameters to Stored Procedures

    Reports that use stored procedures as their data source are no different than reports that use any other data source. When you open the report, it automatically calls the stored procedure, retrieves the data, and populates the report with this data. The difference between using a stored procedure and using a table is that stored procedures accept ...
    Posted to Aziz ur Rahman (Weblog) by aziz on July 21, 2004
  • Changing Sql Connection dynamically in Crystal Reports 10 using DotNet

    Dim myReport As New crDB()myReport.SetDatabaseLogon(Me.txtUserId.Text, Me.txtPass.Text, Me.txtServer.Text, Me.txtDB.Text)Dim myLogonInfo As CrystalDecisions.Shared.TableLogOnInfoDim myTable As CrystalDecisions.CrystalReports.Engine.TableFor Each myTable In myReport.Database.Tables   myLogonInfo = myTable.LogOnInfo   With ...
    Posted to Aziz ur Rahman (Weblog) by aziz on July 20, 2004
  • Java script using in User Control

    Dear All, Let me give you an example to explain the usage of javascript in user controls. Let us suppose that u have a usercontrol in which there are 2 textboxes named txt1 and txt2 and a button called btn1 and u want to add some custom checking when the button is clicked. Make the usercontrol. Put it in a page and see the page in IE. View the ...
    Posted to Aziz ur Rahman (Weblog) by aziz on July 14, 2004
  • Dropdown control overlapping other controls.

    The behavior of dropdown i.e.overlapping other control was always a poblem for me until i found article. It occurs because the dropdownlists in IE are Windows-rendered controls, not browser-rendered controls. Effectively, all browser-rendered controls go on one layer, and the Windows-rendered controls go on their own, higher layer. Read this ...
    Posted to Aziz ur Rahman (Weblog) by aziz on July 13, 2004
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