Thanks for the reply. I had thought of using a skeleton XML file, but I
like the idea of writing a constructor that takes a report object.
All the best,
> I tried combing through the archives for an answer to this one, but
> since I couldn't find a way to search them, my eyes got tired after
> looking through about ten pages of entries, and I didn't find
> anything. So, please excuse me if this has been asked before...
Thank you very much for taking the effort to find the answer first.
> I'm trying to figure out if there is a way I can bring up the report
> designer from my application without asking my users for the
> connection string, user name, and password (which I don't want them to
> see). Is there a way of doing this?
There sure is. You can create a skeleton XML file before hand and give
it and the password to the DesignWin constructor.
You could also add a constructor to DesignWin and Designer that takes a
pre-existing report object. I'll put that on the To Do list.
Jim Menard, jimm@..., http://www.io.com/~jimm/
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selective when picking its friends." -- Daniel E. Macks
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