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Crystal Reports Xi R2 and ArcGIS 9

Crystal Reports Xi R2 and ArcGIS 9

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Hello there,

I am connecting my CR file to a geodatabase built with ArcGIS 9; everything is fine, CR makes no problem with a *.gdb file.
All the gdb fields display well in my report, except one: I have created one Raster image field in the geodatabase, and CR displays the record number instead of the image (jpeg).

Any idea whey?

Thank you,
Alexandre

Regards,
Alexandre

RE: Crystal Reports Xi R2 and ArcGIS 9

What type of data connection are you using to connect to the database? If it's ODBC, IIRC, Crystal XI had issues with getting images over an ODBC connection.

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RE: Crystal Reports Xi R2 and ArcGIS 9

Did you connect to file geodatabase (*.gdb)? How did you make a connection? Does it have to be on the server?

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