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Crystal reports vs Chinese NT

Crystal reports vs Chinese NT

Crystal reports vs Chinese NT

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I have an applicatione developed on NT4 (sp2) using Crystal Reports. When I try to install it on Chinese NT the installation runs OK but the Crystal reports OCX does not register correctly. I can not manually register the OCX.

Any suggestionos.
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RE: Crystal reports vs Chinese NT

When I changed to Windows NT, I had the same problem with a Visual Basic program. I had to run the RegSrv32 executable from the Start button. To register my COMCTL32.OCX
RegSrv32.exe C:\Winnt\System32\COMCTL32.OCX

I also had to start with a fresh copy of the Visual Basic Program, or one that had not been saved on the NT machine yet.

RE: Crystal reports vs Chinese NT

There is also a program call "vbc" - from www.microsoft... - that fixes registry problems.

Mike

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