The Crystal Reports templates that our software uses are on the C: drive. The Crystal Reports templates selected database tables have a C: drive path. If the databases used by the report and the report templates are both on the C: drive, the reports appear correctly. If the databases are on the E: drive and the templates are on the C: drive, a Database Login dialog box with empty controls appears.
If I attempt to remedy this problem by dynamically assigning a path for the database tables:
oReportDocument.Database.Tables.Location = sReportDatabasePath0;
oReportDocument.Database.Tables.Location = sReportDatabasePath1;
oReportDocument.Database.Tables.Location = sReportDatabasePath2;
the report is displayed, yet data from only one of the databases appear and the data from the other two databases do not appear.
How do I dynamically assign a database table location in C# so that data from all three databases appear in the report.
Thank you in advance for any help you may provide.
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