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Missing Crystal file while making vb application setup

Missing Crystal file while making vb application setup

Missing Crystal file while making vb application setup

I made a VB application which contains crystl32.ocx (I'm working with Crystal Reports 7). When I tried to make an installation with package&deployment wizard, I've been reported that I miss file:
Unfortunately, there is no file extension, so I have no idea what might be wrong. Please, help me, it's quite urgent!Thanks in advance!

RE: Missing Crystal file while making vb application setup

It's referring to the \Crystal directory on your PC, either \Windows\Crystal on \Winnt32\Crystal, not a particular DLL or OCX file.

If that's the only error message, according to Crystal's KB, you can ignore the error message.

Here's the KB article:


Brian J. Alves
Terrier Consulting, Inc.
Email: brian.alves@worldnet.att.net
VB / Crystal / SQLServer
(Currently available for consulting in Chicago)

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