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Crystal report 9 + visual studio 2005

Crystal report 9 + visual studio 2005

(OP)
Is crystal report 9 comptible with visual studio 2005?

Thanks.

Jennifer

RE: Crystal report 9 + visual studio 2005

Yes and no.  You can run reports created in Crystal 9 in an application created in Visual Studio 2005.  However, the Crystal components that come with VS 2005 are from Crystal 10.

-Dell

A computer only does what you actually told it to do - not what you thought you told it to do.

RE: Crystal report 9 + visual studio 2005

(OP)
Thanks Dell.

I'll add Crystal 10 compoment to VS2005 and put some Crystal 9 reports in that web application. I wonder if I can run them successfully.
Now I'd like to update a classic ASP application (with crystal 9) to .Net application. Sometime client want to create crystal 9 report and I'll put them in the application.

Thanks very much.

Jennifer

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