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Old October 23rd, 2004, 03:29 AM
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Default Crystal Decisions and VB...promblem !

Hi !
I met promblems with Crystal Decision Namespace in a VB Application!

I developed a VB application in a Windows 2000 prof. machine
with the Framework 1.1 using the Visual Studio platform. I decided
to cover the printings of the application (reporting like Stock report, Customer report etc) using the Crystal Decision Namespace
(old time classic Crystal Report platform). Everything in this machine
works fine !
When I installed the application in a production machine (XP Home with
the Framework 1.1 installed) the programm works perfectly, except
any printing option (which uses Crystals). The application raised
an error like " An unhandled exception.....Cannot find KeycodeV2.dll
or invalid Keycode" .

What's happened, is something missing ?

   Thanks a lot guys

      Miltos from Greece

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You need to add the crystal reports merge modules to your deployment project.

Open up your project and right click on your deployment project.
Click on "Add" -> Merge Module

This will bring up an "Add Modules" dialog box. I believe there are six that you to add to your deployment project. The ones you need to add are:


Unless you changed something on your machine, they should be located in the following folder:

c:\program files\common files\merge modules

One you add these, you will need to rebuild your deployment project and then reinstall it on the second machine.

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hi.. i follow with what you gave but it so happened that when i run my program that resides on a workstation, it shows an error particularly a query engine error. the error is looking for a particullar temporary report file(hexa decimal file name) with an extension .rpt.

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