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Visual studio 2012 and Alerts

I am using Visual Studio 2012. I have created a report in Crystal Reports that has an alert in it. It works fine in crystal reports but you can't see the alert in the .net asp. Any ideas? I find an old post where someone had posted that alerts are not supported in SDK's, but is it still not supported or ant progress? Or could you handle some how the case that alert is generated (I don't need to see why alert or which alert has gone true, only that there is one or more alerts true)?



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    Posted on May 12, 2014 at 04:09 PM

    Hi Ari

    Please see KBA 1791732 - How to view records from a Crystal Report Alert using the SDK for VS .NET

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    • Hi Ari,

      It's using inProc RAS which comes with all full versions of CR SDK packages, add these assemblies to your project:

      using CrystalDecisions.ReportAppServer;

      using CrystalDecisions.ReportAppServer.ClientDoc;

      using CrystalDecisions.ReportAppServer.Controllers;

      using CrystalDecisions.ReportAppServer.ReportDefModel;

      using CrystalDecisions.ReportAppServer.CommonControls;

      using CrystalDecisions.ReportAppServer.CommLayer;

      using CrystalDecisions.ReportAppServer.CommonObjectModel;

      using CrystalDecisions.ReportAppServer.ObjectFactory;

      using CrystalDecisions.ReportAppServer.Prompting;

      using CrystalDecisions.ReportAppServer.DataSetConversion;

      using CrystalDecisions.ReportAppServer.DataDefModel;

      RAS gets installed with your project and CR Redist packages so no harm in adding them to your project.

      Don

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