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Hi,

I am currently trying to use visual basic 5.0 to integrate crystal report version 9 to create a setup file so that my destination computer without the crystal report dll or the installer can view the report.

But i have been having errors either there is an error in the unicow.dll or there is the runtime error, unable to open the file. I have been using the application setup wizard for this task.

May I know if anyone of you know the source codes to be written in the visual basic and the dll needed in order for the setup to be executed successfully.

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If you look at the documentation that comes with Crystal 9 (I do not use crystal 9), there should be a list of runtime files that are needed. Usually you have to include these into the setup program manually. Also with Crystal and it has always been a problem, If on your Dev machine you were getting the data from a database called say "C:\mytest\mydb.mdb", but on the deployment machine the database is on "D:\topdir\mydb.mdb", Crystal will not automatically point to the correct place. It is best to compile your project with the intended destination, this is also a likely cause for the error 'unable to open file'

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