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Excelsius flash object not displaying in DHTML viewer

Excelsius flash object not displaying in DHTML viewer

Excelsius flash object not displaying in DHTML viewer

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We are using Crystal 2008 and ASP.NET 2.0.

When executing a Crystal report containing an Excelsius object and viewing it in the DHTML viewer, nothing comes up. This is going through a web page and ASP.NET.

There is a blank spot where the flash file should go but nothing else. It works when running it in Crystal reports. Right-clicking on the space shows the Adobe flash properties but nothing else.

Are there any special considerations we need to take into account when viewing an Excelsius object in the DHTML viewer on the web?

RE: Excelsius flash object not displaying in DHTML viewer

You should use the option to embed the object, not link to it. This worked for me.

Also make sure the flash player v9 or above is installed on your browser.

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