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How to handle Crystal Reports Parameters in a .NET application
created by Don Williams on February 16, 2016 3:16 PM
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The documents applies to Crystal Reports 2011 and above and SAP Crystal Reports, Developer Version for Visual Studio .NET and .NET SDK for BI 4.x .NET SDK.
Crystal Reports has three basic types of parameters and can be modified through the .NET SDK:
The Basics – Loading the application
See Kbase article 2281780 ( same title) to get the sample application I am using in this document and for recent updates.
(Note: Our new search engine currently does not allow attachments so I have attached the sample app to this Document. Unzip the file, Rename the attachment to RAS2010_Printing.zip)
Attached files cannot have a .zip extension so to get around this I have renamed the zip file and appended a .txt extension. Download the files, remove the .txt extension and then unzip.
Requires Service Pack 14 or above available from here: http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-7824
To get things going open the application attached in the above KBA and the Form1.cs file.
This application uses both the Engine ( ClientDocument ) and RAS ( Report Application Server -ReportClientDocument)
On application load it gets the localization to set the values to Imperial or Metric so it can calculate the number of twips etc. 1440 twips = 1 inch.
The next section queries the AppDomain to get the version of the CR Engine assembly which is installed with every CR .NET product. This confirms the version you are loading shown in Fig. 1 as the runtime version 188.8.131.520 which is Service Pack 14 or higher )
New Feature add is the use of GDIPlus.dll Interpolation mode: