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Old December 16th, 2003, 11:58 PM
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Default Crystal Report Viewer Control problem ^^"

I have problem with Crystal Report Viewer
Control(V 8.5). I create .rpt file with OLEDB
technology. But When I load form with
CRViewer. I see error message(Server has
not yet been opened).But when i change to
use crystal report control(crystl32.ocx) and
Create .rpt with odbc technology and use method(Connect) of crystal Report Control by DSN method . Same SQL are WORK.

My environment
- Window 2000 advance Server
- Crystal Report 8.5 developer Edition (SP2)
- sql Server 2000 Enterprise

'****************** mycode
Dim objApp As CRAXDRT.Application
Dim objReport As CRAXDRT.Report

Firstday = Format(MonthBegin
(DF_date), "yyyy, mm, dd, 00, 00, 00")
Lastday = Format(MonthEnd
(DF_date), "yyyy, mm, dd, 23, 59, 59")

Set objApp = New CRAXDRT.Application
Set objReport = objApp.OpenReport
("E:\personelPRJ\report\oleRPT.rpt")
SQL = "{workdata.humanId} = '" &
frmprint_humanId & "' and
{workData.todayDate} in DateTime (" &
Firstday & ") to DateTime (" & Lastday & ")"

With CRViewer1

objReport.RecordSelectionFormula = SQL
.ReportSource = objReport
.EnableGroupTree = False
.ViewReport

End With
Set objApp = Nothing
Set objReport = Nothing
'**************************
help me please >(=^_^=)<
Thanks.

Tk.

tk
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I had a similar experience. This only showed up after I deployed the application, not on the development machine. What ended up being the problem is one of the dependency files was not being installed with the application.

This was several years ago so I don't recall all of the specifics. But, each method used to connect to the data source has specific dependencies. You can find information for the required run time files in the help files that came with crystal reports. Also, I think I was able to contact the tech support and have the issue handle free of charge because at the time it was not very well documented.

Hope this helps.

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thanks Larry :)

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Larry. My trouble are on the development machine At runtime. (-_-)'.

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I think you will find this link useful,

http://support.crystaldecisions.com/...s/c2011624.asp

Best of luck,



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i want to have sql server datetime to be print on crystal report.


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