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Connecting crystal report with oracle through dsn/udl.

How can i connect a crystal report with oracle 10 g database through 'dsn' or 'udl' to make it more user friendly software.

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You need to use a blob or cblob field to store a jpg file in Oracle

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i am also experiencing this problem. what i did was i created a new file in the repository folder (in crystal, when you create a new connection), containing the script that will pull all of my needed data.

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  2. If any of the following Oracle services exist and have the status Started, then select each of the services, and click Stop:
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i am also experiencing this problem. what i did was i created a new file in the repository folder (in crystal, when you create a new connection), containing the script that will pull all of my needed data.

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