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CrystalDecisions.CrystalReports.Engine.dll register by regsr32.exe

Hi ,

I am trying to register CrystalDecisions.CrystalReports.Engine.dll with regsr32.exe and I am getteing the following error ,

module was loaded but the entry-point DllRegisterServer was not

could you please advis how can I avoid these error ?


Fade Ismaeel

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2014 at 02:21 PM

    Hi Fade,

    It's an Assembly, to register it you have to register it in the GAC only as far as I know.

    You may be getting that error due to missing dependencies also... It could be the order you are installing in....

    Are you still attempting to build your own installer? R&D and the others on the Your Case in SMP are still working on reducing the foot-print and speeding up the install process for you.


    PS - for anyone reading this Fade is redistributing the BOE 4.1 .NET SDK 32/64 bit redist package for their software deployments.

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    • Hi Fade,

      Check your e-mails from me and Fritz, R&D has removed the language dll's from the CRSE 2013 install package and it's down to 220~ meg and only took 1:30 minutes to install.

      I highly suggest you stop trying to manually install the runtime, it will never be supported and things can change without warning which could break your install and all that time will need to start over...

      Thanks again


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