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Default Crystal Reports in Visual St 2002 vs Visual St2003


In visual studio 2002 I opened a rpt file directly by double clicking on the rpt file in explorer. The rpt file was loaded into the editor and I was able to modify the report and save the report.
Now I am migrating to VS .NET 2003 and I try the same scenario. But it doesn't work anymore. The rpt file is loaded in the editor but I do not succeed in editing the report :( I can't save it anymore. It looks to me it is in View-mode only in VS .NET 2003.

Is this behaviour normal ? Can anyone give me a solution to this problem ? Do I have to buy the stand-alone version of Crystal Reports ?

Thanks For Your Help In Advance!

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