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what files reqrd to view report (ttx source) on distributed client

what files reqrd to view report (ttx source) on distributed client

what files reqrd to view report (ttx source) on distributed client

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hi,

I have been given the task of determining which files are required to be distributed to a client machine for view a report based on a ttx file.

I am not the developer of the application with is being developed in Delphi (using VCL). The report's data source is a ttx file. The developer has Crystal Reports installed on his computer and I have crystal reports (v8.5) installed on my computer. His application runs on his computer and it runs on my computer.

When the application is installed on a third computer (which doesnt have crystal reports installed) viewing the report does not run. That is, the application shows the data records returned, but does not display a preview of the report. I dont know if this helps, but an error of "Invalid class string" appears.

I would like to know what files (probably dll files) are required to be present on that third (see above) machine in order for the report to be previewed/printed to screen.

thanks
prs

RE: what files reqrd to view report (ttx source) on distributed client

There's an article on Crystal Decisions web site that provides a solution to a problem very similar to yours.  Here's the link: http://support.crystaldecisions.com/kbase/c2007810.asp

Good luck!

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