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I'm having a problem with this product.

When I was using "Visual Studio.NET 1.0" to develop a
project, we had no issues, but now after migrating
to "Visual Studio.NET 2003" it does not use the same
properties and methods.

The error we're having now is:

The base class includes the field 'CR_Viewer', but its
type (CrystalDecisio ns.Web.CrystalR eportViewer) is not
compatible with the type of control
(CrystalDecisio ns.Web.CrystalR eportViewer).

Basicaly we just opened the application, and allowed
VS.NET 2003 to perform the upgrade.

First of all: When opening any page that has a crystal
reports VIEWER - the page still has the previous control,
so we need to perform the modification to the new viewer
manually:

<%@ Register TagPrefix="cr"
Namespace="Crys talDecisions.We b"
Assembly="Cryst alDecisions.Web , Version=9.1.500 0.0,
Culture=neutral , PublicKeyToken= 692fbea5521e130 4" %>

otherwise it will have Version=9.1.330 0.0

Can anybody explain me how to overcome this?

Thanks in advance

Sam
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Hi, Samuel

In addition to posting your question here, also look at
http://www.crystaldecisions.com/. Though it ships with Visual Studio,
Crystal Reports is supported by Crystal Decisions. They have a self-help
section and they offer phone & e-mail support. Their web sites states that
you get two Crystal incidents with the purchase of Visual Studio .NET.

HTH,

John Eikanger
Microsoft Visual Basic Developer Support

This posting is provided “AS IS” with no warranties, and confers no rights.
(c) 2003 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
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| I'm having a problem with this product.
|
| When I was using "Visual Studio.NET 1.0" to develop a
| project, we had no issues, but now after migrating
| to "Visual Studio.NET 2003" it does not use the same
| properties and methods.
|
| The error we're having now is:
|
| The base class includes the field 'CR_Viewer', but its
| type (CrystalDecisio ns.Web.CrystalR eportViewer) is not
| compatible with the type of control
| (CrystalDecisio ns.Web.CrystalR eportViewer).
|
| Basicaly we just opened the application, and allowed
| VS.NET 2003 to perform the upgrade.
|
| First of all: When opening any page that has a crystal
| reports VIEWER - the page still has the previous control,
| so we need to perform the modification to the new viewer
| manually:
|
| <%@ Register TagPrefix="cr"
| Namespace="Crys talDecisions.We b"
| Assembly="Cryst alDecisions.Web , Version=9.1.500 0.0,
| Culture=neutral , PublicKeyToken= 692fbea5521e130 4" %>
|
| otherwise it will have Version=9.1.330 0.0
|
| Can anybody explain me how to overcome this?
|
| Thanks in advance
|
| Sam
|

Jul 21 '05 #2

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