Converting Crystal Reports 9 report to Crystal Reports .NET report
I have a web page that is supposed to display a crystal report. The report is fully written and functional in crystal 9 (non-.Net) . Is there a way to convert my .rpt so that I can just include it in the new web site?
why you don't try to compile project with .net and include your report. then if crystal report is power tool will suggests you with conversation tool My blog is here.Please remember to 'Mark as Answer' if this post answered your question!
Wow it really was that easy! I just added the old crystal report into my .NET proj...crystal reports .net -> crystal reports .net 2003
recently converted a project from .net to .net 2003. The 2 crystal reports I had in the project do not load when executing the application. The project itself within 2003 will allow me to multiplat the crystal reports, however when it comes to execution time I get the error:
Invalid Data Source.
If this isn't the right forum please point me to the right one as this is really the only website I know of with a large reader base.
>to multiplat the crystal reports
To what the crystal reports?
Do you have the same database connections established and verified in your 2003 s...Errors with all my reports after upgrade from Bundeled Crystal.NET (VS2003) to Crystal XI Developer for .NET
All my Crystal reports were developed using the bundled Crystal in VS 2003. I just installed the Crystal XI for .NET Developer version that we purchased and now I get an error when running my reports. (I am running them in debug mode on my development machine).
I have tested it on several different reports. I did not change the code, this worked fine in the previous version.
First I reference my report (AccountList is the AccountList.rpt report that is in my project):
Dim myReport As New AccountList
Then I start rolling through the report's tables to update the log...integration of Crystal Report with .NET ; crystal report viewer not displaying in Toolbox
I m new to Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition. I want to integrate Crystal Report with .NET.
In my Toolbox , Crystal Report Viewer is not displaying. How to make it possible? + How to call my report from asp.net 2.0. Need source code plz.*Share Knowledge Every TIME
Crystal Reports for .NET does not come with VWD Express. It only comes with VS 2005 Professional (I'm not sure about the Standard edition).If you have Crystal Reports 10 or XI, you can installed the .NET libraries for Crystal and then use them within VWD Express, noting that you have to build your reports ...VS .net 2005 Crystal reports ok to run on Crystal Reports XI?
I am getting mixed messages from the asp.net website hosting providers - some say they do not support Crystal Reports due to a $25,000 per cpu licensing fee, others say all I need to do is install Crystal Reports XI (about $500) on a dedicated server and it will run fine.
Will Reports developed with the embeded Crystal Reports in VS 2005 run in a Crystal Reports XI environment?
Thanks....Cassini, VS.Net and Crystal Reports
Hi,I am working with Win XP home, Cassini and VS.Net.I would like to play with some Crystal Reports.I create the report in VS as CrystalReport1.I put a CrystalReportViewer on my web form. It does not get recognized as a defined object type but there are no build errors.When I run the app I get an error: Type 'CrystalReport1' is not defined.I have googled on this and see several things people have suggested/tried to correct this. Most I have already tried or the suggestions are not very clear to me. Then I came across a msg that instructed me to set up virtual directories for IIS for CrystalR...Export Crystal Report to Crystal Report format
I looked at some sample code provided by crystaldecisions, and they have the ability to export a web crystal report to a crystal report. I was assuming that this would cause the local instance of Crystal reports on the client machine to be invoked. I tried this in my project, and I get the following error:
Error Encountered by Crystal Web Report Server
The error message returned is:
Connection to Report Server Failed.
It creates the file as an .rpt file in the directory it should. Do I need a dif...Export Crystal report to PDF report
Does anyone knows how to export the Crystal report (.rpt) to the PDF report in c#? Thanks
http://www.beansoftware.com/ASP.NET-Tutorials/Export-Crystal-Reports-To-PDF.aspxhttp://visualbasic.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/visualbasic-l/programmatically-exporting-from-crystal-report-to-pdf-using-vb-1480987http://www.codeproject.com/KB/vb/JatsArticle1.aspx Don't say thanks rather mark my reply as "Answer" if it helps you ,Doing so u'll get points tooamiT jaiNC#.NET Articles
You can use the following
rptDoc.ExportToHttpRespons...Crystal Report.NET and nested sub reports
I have a report where i need to have several nested subreports...
A parent may have childs and childs may have other childs and so on...
CrystalReport.NET and VS2005 seems to support one level of subreport (a report could have a nested subreport but this nested subreport can't have another nested subreport).
I really need to handle multiple levels of nested subreports in order to complete my report.
What is the solution ???
I'm not positive if this works but its worth a shot. Create the subreports as se...Reporting (Crystal Reports vs. Custom .NET)
Ok, so I have to confess, I have never tried Crystal Reports. I just recently started working for a marketing company now and reporting is VERY important to them. I am currently migrating a lot of the applications they use from VB5 and VB6 to web based .NET 3.5 apps. The whole company is running off ACCESS databases if you can believe that. They sometimes have up to a few hundred agents taking sales on incoming calls and chat sessions and they are all getting streamed to FLAT file records (completely un-normalized database). I am in the process of developing a c...Exporting to Excel in Crystal Reports .NET
sir, I want to export Crystal report to Excel and the following is the code i wrote in the button click.ReportDocument rptExcel = new ReportDocument() ;string strExportFile = "C:/Session_SessionID.xls" ;rptExcel = new RptJobOrderRecap();//report namerptExcel.ExportOptions.ExportDestinationType = ExportDestinationType.DiskFile ;rptExcel.ExportOptions.ExportFormatType = ExportFormatType.Excel;ExcelFormatOptions objExcelOptions = new ExcelFormatOptions();objExcelOptions.ExcelUseConstantColumnWidth = false ;rptExcel.ExportOptions.FormatOptions = objExcelOptions ;DiskFileDestinationOp...Bind crystal reports / sql reports to ADO.NET
I'm a beginner trying to find out if it's possible to directly connect an sql report/crystal report to an ADO.NET data set?
It all depends on what version of Visual studio you are using. Here are the steps for VS2005
In VS2005 you need to do the following:
1) Right click on your solution and select add, New Item.
2) Add a dataset and create your queries in the dataset. Make sure you save this dataset or it will not show up later.
3) Add your reportviewer
4) Right click on your solution and select add new Item Again and then add a crystal report
5) In the cr...View report from the crystal report server using .NET
Hi,I am first time dealing with crystal report and I having problem with it. I need to use asp.net to link to the crystal report server and view the report, but don't know how? Is there a way to do that? or is there any better way to using .net and view report from the crystal report server?Thanks....Errors while Running the CRYSTAL REPORTS IN .NET
Could any body help i am un able to find the solution for the problem.When i build the source code it is give a build error "The custome tool 'CrystalDecisions.VSDesigner.CodeGen.ReportCodeGeneraor' failed while processing the report file"
I haven't seen this before. Is this being developed locally? What Crystal assemblies are referenced in your project? I'd also look at doing a repair reinstall with VS. Just a couple of suggestions for you. Also what version of VS, or Crystal?Eric LandesMADNUG President http://www.madnug.netCrystal Alliance EditorBlog http://...