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where did the navigation toolbar go in Crystal Server 2013?

I use both Crystal Server XI and 2008 to display reports in a web application.

SAP has recently stopped supporting these products so I migrated my application to Crystal Server 2013.

So far, so good as I am able to display the reports. The reports, however, do not display the navigation toolbar that was displayed at the bottom of the page in previous versions of Crystal.

This toolbar has four buttons that allow the user to go to the beginning/end of the report or move back/forward one page at a time.

I believe there is a property in the crystal report viewer named DisplayBottomToolbar that would allow me to explicitly display this toolbar, but it is not available in my environment.

Does anybody know what happened to this toolbar, or how can I make it visible in Crystal Server 2013?

Thanks,

Hector

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 06:00 PM

    I don't have access to Crystal 2008 right now. But I can see Crystal 2013 tool bar which has navigation, export, Print, schedule etc. Can you post a screenshot?

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      Sure, I'm sorry for not doing that at first.

      This is the header of the report as it is displayed in 2008. This also works fine in 2013.

      This is how the footer of the report looks like in 2008. As you can see, there is a toolbar that allows the user to navigate from page to page.

      And this is the report footer in 2013. The toolbar is not visible here, even though the code is the same.

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