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Crystal reports runtime on windows 2003

Crystal reports runtime on windows 2003

Crystal reports runtime on windows 2003

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Anyone know what version of Crystal reports runtime is supported on windows 2003.  Im trying crystal reports 7 runtime that we use on 2000 terminal servers, but its not working on the 2003 terminal servers.

Thanks

RE: Crystal reports runtime on windows 2003

(OP)
I got it working, just an FYI for anyone that has a problem getting Crystal reports to work on a win2k3 terminal server environment.  If crystal reports wont open you need to add in the system path variable the location of the c:\windows\crystal directory.  Otherwise the user variable wont know where to look for the crystal reports .dll files.

RE: Crystal reports runtime on windows 2003

I'm having similar problems with my w2k3 terminal server, using integrated crystal reports. They worked fine on my previous w2k term server.

I keep getting either "The ) is missing" error or the "A number, currency amount, boolean, date, time, date-time, or string is expected here." error.

How exactly do I add in the system path variable of the c:\windows\crystal directory? Is this something that I need to do per user, or just generally on the server. Sorry, this is a new area for me.

Thanks

RE: Crystal reports runtime on windows 2003

What are those specific files (.dll) have to be added to C:\Windows\crystal and how do I add them?

Thanks

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