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Crystal Reports 8.5 to NET

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I have some reports in Crystal 8.5 (400 reports) and I want to port on
..NET (we are porting our applications from VB6 to C#). What it is the
best solution to port this reports? Did you have some link from where
to learn more?
We don't want to recreate this reports.

We have: VB6 + CR 8.5 - we use CRViewer (first we create a
ADODB.Recordset and fill with data and then we pass this recordset to
Report and we want to do the same thing with NET or an apropiate
solution)
EX:
Private mReport As CRAXDDRT.Report
Set mReport = mApplication.OpenReport(<path>, 1)
mReport.Database.Tables(1).SetDataSource rsT, 3
..........................................

Thank you
Nov 16 '05 #1
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The 8.5 reports will work just fine as they are. You can either keep them
separate as 8.5 and simply load and run them in the viewer, or, if you want
to integrate them into the .Net Visual Studio dev environment they will be
auto-upgraded to v10. You do not need to do anything other than load them
into the IDE.

JIM
"Dragos Hilbert" <dr*****@rafo.ro> wrote in message
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I have some reports in Crystal 8.5 (400 reports) and I want to port on
.NET (we are porting our applications from VB6 to C#). What it is the
best solution to port this reports? Did you have some link from where
to learn more?
We don't want to recreate this reports.

We have: VB6 + CR 8.5 - we use CRViewer (first we create a
ADODB.Recordset and fill with data and then we pass this recordset to
Report and we want to do the same thing with NET or an apropiate
solution)
EX:
Private mReport As CRAXDDRT.Report
Set mReport = mApplication.OpenReport(<path>, 1)
mReport.Database.Tables(1).SetDataSource rsT, 3
.........................................

Thank you

Nov 16 '05 #2

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