Creating a DotNetNuke Private Assembly with Crystal Reports - Part 4
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by Eric Landes
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To refresh your memory, remember that in Part 3 we are displaying the parameters in a Panel container on the ReportViewer.ascx user control page.  A button that is hidden on the page is visible once the parameters are populated.  Clicking on this button displays the report, and is the subject of this article.

The controls that are not dynamically created on the page include a Crystal Viewer control (crvShowReport).  This control’s Visible is set to false initially.  Once we have applied the parameters, we will bind the report to that control and make it visible.  Another option for intranets might be to use the ExportToPdf function in the sample to send the report immediately to PDF in the browser rather than using the Crystal viewer.  This is especially useful if you have versions of Crystal on your server prior to version 10.  If you do have Version 10 or later, and have installed that on your server, the viewer has exporting to PDF features built in.  In this article, we are going to utilize the Crystal Viewer.

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