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VB6+Access97+Crystal4.6 appl., which dlls are required for crystal ..

VB6+Access97+Crystal4.6 appl., which dlls are required for crystal ..

VB6+Access97+Crystal4.6 appl., which dlls are required for crystal ..

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My application installs and runs otherwise OK, but Crystal Reports do not display (connect to to DB). No error message is displayed. I am using VBs Packaging and Deploymnet Wizard to distribute my application (VB6+Access97DB). I guess PDW misses some dlls or other files needed by Crystal to run in the target machine, but I do not know which ones are needed. Can someone direct me to this information? Thanks in advance.

RE: VB6+Access97+Crystal4.6 appl., which dlls are required for crystal ..

RE: VB6+Access97+Crystal4.6 appl., which dlls are required for crystal ..

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Thanks Simon for your help. My problem is that I am using the version Crystal that ships with Visual Studio 6.0 Pro and it is CR4.6. All the information that I have been able to find concern some newer version like CR7 or then CR4.5 (16bit). I have not been able to find any info whatsoever about runtime files for CR4.6.

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