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ASP + Crystal Report 9

I am beginner on Crystal Report.
I want to ask a basic question.

How can i display a report in ASP?

I search for many web and try the sample from crystal dicussion but no luck,
the code does not work at all.

I saw many articles mentions RAS (Report Application Server), i want to ask
is it necessary to install RAS
in order to display report in ASP? Since i only have CR9 installed, i dont
know if it the reason why my code did not work.

I also try to display report using Active X in html (no asp involved)
It shows the report panel but a empty report.

Can anyone point me the detailed instructions to show a report in ASP?
e.g What software or library required.

Thanks in Advanced.

Jason
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Jason Chan wrote:
I am beginner on Crystal Report.
I want to ask a basic question.

How can i display a report in ASP?

I search for many web and try the sample from crystal dicussion but
no luck, the code does not work at all.

I saw many articles mentions RAS (Report Application Server), i want
to ask is it necessary to install RAS
in order to display report in ASP? Since i only have CR9 installed, i
dont know if it the reason why my code did not work.

I also try to display report using Active X in html (no asp involved)
It shows the report panel but a empty report.

Can anyone point me the detailed instructions to show a report in ASP?
e.g What software or library required.

Thanks in Advanced.

Jason


Go to the www.recrystallize.com and download a demo of Recrystallize. Use
the tool to generate the asp and html pages needed to display a couple of
reports, then examine the code which was generated to see for yourself how
to do it.
Alternatively, you may have some sample web reports already installed on
your machine by Crystal, expecially if you installed the components on your
web server that are required to run web-based Crystal reports. Check it out.

There should be a file in one of the Crystal subfolders on your machine
called developer.hlp (or developer.chm - I forget which) which contains
information for developers, including documentation for the Crystal
Reporting engine object model.

Another good resource is the knowledge base at www.crystaldecisions.com.

HTH,
Bob Barrows
Jul 19 '05 #2

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