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Posted: 12 May 2006 at 4:27pm | IP Logged Quote Kellyrmartin

Hi Guys. Im trying to find some reporting software that is easy to use. This seems to fit the bill but I am having some issues with report parameters. I connect to an acces database succesfully and create the report and see the out put.... Setting up parameters seems to have no affect on the data.... Is there anything im missing or is this a limitation of this demo? thanks
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Try to fill in parameters of your query. Go to the dataset editor and see at the "Parameters" button under "SQL statemet" text. You should specify the Datatype and value of each parameter. Otherwise your query may be empty when you review it in designer.


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Posted: 13 May 2006 at 9:59am | IP Logged Quote Kellyrmartin

I think I may see a possible problem. I try to attach to my database with ADO query, after entering in the location of my .mdb file the test connection says "test connection succeded". But when I "ok" to get back to the datasets window I get the message"dataset1: missing SQL property" , then dataset one is labeled as "closed". Is there something Im missing?

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