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How to Replace CRAXDRT.Report in SAP Crystal Report 13


I am converting old VB6 Application in to Vb.Net with framework 4.0, i am using Crystal Report 13.

old report is using CRAXDRT.Report for a subreport and i am not able to find a way to replace this in my new version, Please suggest me what is need to do.

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2015 at 06:19 PM

    Hi Ketan,

    I moved your post to the Legacy SDK forum.

    As of CR XI R2 the RDC is no longer available for Development or use in any applications.

    And the SDK components for CR 2011 and above are no longer shipped with CR Designer.

    The only SDK available to you now is our CR .NET Assemblies which you can download from this link:

    SAP Crystal Reports, version for Visual Studio

    and on the left the installer for Visual Studio 2010, 2012 and 2013 link is there also on the left.

    You will also find samples and lots of info on how to.

    Unfortunately there is NO direct app upgrade, you need to completely rewrite your CR part.

    Search and if you don't find the answer then post to the above forum for info and error resolution etc.


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    • Click on the Overview tab there is a link to download sample app's. Open one of them to see how to

      add CR Assemblies.

      Also, DO NOT simply run the Redist MSI. YOU MUST use the first link to install and integrate CR for VS into Visual Studio.

      Set your project to Full Framework and CPU to x86 and then your new test app should work.

      PS - Please search, lot's of example on how to...


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