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Win 7 64bit and Crystal Viewer v10

Win 7 64bit and Crystal Viewer v10

Win 7 64bit and Crystal Viewer v10

(OP)
We have a Win7 64bit machine, user not logged in as admin, trying to view Crystal Reports from .net application using Crytal Viewer v10.

Any suggestions on how to get the Active X installed and to play nicely with other applications?

~LT

RE: Win 7 64bit and Crystal Viewer v10

I'm working with that combination with no problems.

The biggest problem is with ODBC reports needing the ODBC to be configured as a 32 bit connection rather than the default 64 bit setting.  Took a while to track that down.

also have to make sure you mix the correct version of Crystal Reports with Visual Studio.  See http://www.crystalkiwi.com/solutions/versions.htm for details on this

Bruce Ferguson
www.crystalkiwi.com/nlog.htm
 

RE: Win 7 64bit and Crystal Viewer v10

(OP)
Great, thank you Bruce.

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