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Crystal Report Old version vs Visual Studio .net Crystal report

Hi,

I have noticed that Visual studio 2005 coming along with Crystal report.
I have few crystal reports which is developed in 6.0 in my existing VB
project and currently we are migrating m y VB application to C#.net.

In the crystal report site, I am not sure whether I have to redesign reports
in Visual studio .net (or) Can I use the existing reports it self.

My question is If I open my existing crystal reports (ver 6.1) in Visual
studion .net 2005 and save it as a new file, will it work without any
problem?? I would appreciate if any body can give some ideas about this.

Thanks
Nov 7 '06 #1
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Rad
I was able to open reports built with Crystal Reports 6 and they saved
flawlessly with Visual Studio 2005 (in an updated format). Business
Objects and Microsoft seem to have put quite a bit of work into
backward compatibility.
On Mon, 6 Nov 2006 22:34:01 -0800, Kannan
<Ka****@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
>Hi,

I have noticed that Visual studio 2005 coming along with Crystal report.
I have few crystal reports which is developed in 6.0 in my existing VB
project and currently we are migrating m y VB application to C#.net.

In the crystal report site, I am not sure whether I have to redesign reports
in Visual studio .net (or) Can I use the existing reports it self.

My question is If I open my existing crystal reports (ver 6.1) in Visual
studion .net 2005 and save it as a new file, will it work without any
problem?? I would appreciate if any body can give some ideas about this.

Thanks
Nov 13 '06 #2

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