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Web Application and QuickReport

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Hi

I am using C++ Builder 6 and looking to create a Web DLL which I can get working fine using the PageProducers etc.

I want to be able to produce a proper report from my DLL using QuickReport. is this possible ? I tried it initially and the DLL just crashes so I am getting the feeling that I just can't do that i.e. quickreport won't show from a Web dll .

Does anyone know if it is possible to use QuickReports from a Web DLL ? If so , any pointers ? I could use a web page but I want strict control over the spacing etc as will this will be printing labels so would prefer to use QuickReport if it is possible

Thanks

Hope this helps!

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BuilderSpec

RE: Web Application and QuickReport

Did you look at QuickReport's web site? I suspect that you may have to buy the "full" version to get it to work in DLL.s

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