Jun 14, 2010 Why is there no CRRedist2010_x86.msi included in the VS 2010 directory tree? Does the file even exist? Or are we supposed to use the one from VS 2008? Free download page for Project Uneven Weir Calcs's CRRedist2008_x64.msi.The tool is created to calculate the stage-discharge relationship, i.e. The rating curve, of an uneven/custom weir.
I am trying to connect to a VS 2005 MDF database. It appears that the only way to connect to it is through a datset. Is this right? But when I try to use the report, I get the following error at runntime: --------------------------- Crystal Reports --------------------------- An error has occurred while attempting to load the Crystal Reports runtime.
Either the Crystal Reports registry key permissions are insufficient or the Crystal Reports runtime is not installed correctly. Please install the appropriate Crystal Reports redistributable (CRRedist*.msi) containing the correct version of the Crystal Reports runtime (x86, x64, or Itanium) required. Please go to for more information. --------------------------- OK --------------------------- Any ideas? Hi All, I have so many Crystal reports, around 80-100, created in Crystal report XI using Oracle 10g and deployed on Crystal report server XI. Now client has upgraded all the softwares from 32 to 64 bit like Windows server 2008 64 bit Crystal Report 2008 64 bit Crystal report 2008 server 64 bit Oracle 11g 64 bit.
I have installed Crystal report server and tried to deploy my existing reports. All reports have been deployed along wth database configuration details. But When I tried to view these reports it throws an error 'sample.rpt: unable to load database information' I checked everything like TNS, oracle connectivity etc. Will anybody let me know the solution for the same?
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Thanks in Advance Sanjay. That's fine - if you are compiling an application. However, it doesn't work so well for a web site.
Do this to fix a website: Follow the steps for 'Global Settings' to make the change for all applications on your server. To do one application, then follow the application-level steps. Common sense.:) This is due to CR being a 32-bit app running on a 64-bit server. The server needs to be configured to run 32-bit apps in 32-bit mode. This is an issue that is not unique to Crystal Reports. To configure the server to run 32-bit apps, due the following: Global Setting: Go to IIS Select the server (e.g.: MyServerName) Select Configuration Editor You will see a drop-down combo box titled “Section:”.
Select system.applicationHost/applicationPools Expand applicationPoolDefaults Set enable32BitAppOnWin64 to “True” Application-level setting: Go to IIS Click on “Application Pools” Select the application you want to modify (e.g.: SuperApp) Right click on that application Left click on Advanced Settings Set Enable 32-Bit Applications to “True”. Antique kittinger furniture.
With the increasing number of versions of Crystal Reports and Visual Studio.NET, there is some confusion on which Crystal Reports runtime needs to be distributed with which version of Visual Studio.NET (VS.NET). In this article, I want to clarify what MSM or MSI files belong to which version of Crystal Reports and which of these will work on VS.NET 2002, 2003, 2005 and 2008. I have also added supported Operating System field as well as supported framework for each version of Crystal Reports. As each version of Crystal Reports has its' own specific runtime which must be correctly deployed, it is critical that the deployed runtime be in agreement with the Crystal Reports assemblies for Visual Studio.NET referenced in your project. Also, note that the CR.NET component relies on COM Interop for the backend report processing engine.
It is therefore imperative that all runtime deployments are done by use of the MSM or MSI files. XCopy deployments are not supported, nor will they work. The following matrix is a summary of runtime information for Crystal Reports from Version 9.1 for VS.NET 2002 to version 2008. Please note; any comments are very appreciated.
However support queries or questions regarding details of deployment should be submitted to the ' forum. I have an application designed in.net 2005 along with CR XI R2. It works fine in my development machine and production server ( windows 2003 + IIS 6) but when I install the same application in another production server (windows server 2008 + IIS 7), my crystal reports are not coming properly.The images in Report/Page header is not being displayed.
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In windows/ temp folder i can see that image but it is not been rendered in the report. Once a report is generated ( without the images ) the IIS working process crashes and so i need to reset the IIS every time.