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Crystal Reports 2008 and SharePoint

Crystal Reports 2008 and SharePoint

Crystal Reports 2008 and SharePoint


I am looking to connect sharepoint 2017 with crystal reports 2008 or 11 , and have no clue how to do it.. any advice.


RE: Crystal Reports 2008 and SharePoint

By "11" do you mean "XI" or "2011"? Are you trying to run reports from SharePoint or are you trying to connect reports to SharePoint data?

If you're trying to run reports from SharePoint, XI and 2008 have been out of support for a number of years and it is no longer possible to download the .NET SDKs that go with those versions. Instead, you need to download the latest version from https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/BOBJ/Crystal... and develop web pages using Visual Studio.

If you're trying to connect to SharePoint data, you need to set up 32-bit ODBC connections to the data.


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