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Crystal Report in .NET Core Framework

Hi,

I want to use Crystal Report & Crystal Report Viewer in ASP.NET MVC Core Project in .NET Core Framework of microsoft. is it available?

Currently we are using Visual Studio 2017.

Thanks in Advance

Niyas

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    Mar 21, 2018 at 04:59 PM

    Core 2.0 is not supported

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  • May 30, 2017 at 04:03 PM

    Hi Niyas,

    Please search, there are a few posts on VS 2017 already and all has been answered.

    Don

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  • Feb 05 at 03:29 PM

    Can you clarify why you believe .NET Core to be a lite version of .NET when this is completely against what Microsoft themselves say? It was literally the subject of their keynote speech this at Visual Studio Live this year.

    https://visualstudiomagazine.com/articles/2018/10/10/net-keynote.aspx

    Microsoft: .NET Core Is the Future, So Get Moving

    SAP: I can't heeeaaar you *la la la*

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  • Feb 05 at 04:52 PM

    When it was first released that's all it was. MS is adding to it but they also said it's going to take time to add all of the abilities.

    CR was built on C++ and COM, the old RDC component, when .NET came out we basically wrapped the C++ and COM components around it to hook into .NET, which is why in the first release CR for VS required the full framework. The Client Framework was not enough for CR to work with.

    CR is very reliant on hardware and software dependencies. A lot of things our core engines use are not available in the Framework.

    And it's just a product from MS, Their main Office product still uses C++ and no framework components, although Office 365 may now be using parts, not sure. I found a link to Microsoft products using the .NET Framework but their blog no longer exists.

    Anyways, I asked R&D and they said we are so hooked into the full framework it's not possible in it's current state to use Core.

    Don

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