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Cannot Open Rpt File

Hi,

When i try to open the rpt file created in Crystal Report XI when i try to open the file in designer it crashes but when open the same rpt file in crystal reports 2008 it opens without any error.

When it crashes in the event viewer it shows the error message as

"Faulting application crw32.exe, version 11.0.0.1282, faulting module cslibu-2-0-0.dll, version 11.0.0.1282, fault address 0x00079172."

Help me to solve this.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 06:56 AM

    Hi,

    This is happening probably because the report you are trying to open might be

    developed in CR 2008 and as all the features are not supported by

    newer version and it is blocking while you are trying to open.

    Regards,

    Raghwendra

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    • With all due respect, I have my doubts on that. I have never seen a report created in CR 2008 or newer crash an older version of the designer.

      My suggestion; ditch CR XI and update to CR XI R2. This is a free update and can be done by following this blog. If the report still crashes CR XI R2, let me know and attach the report here. Also, let me know what version of CR the report was created in.

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