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SessionMgr class - Exception

Post Author: trydis

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In relation to trying to connect to a Crystal Reports XI server i've encountered a problem.I'm using Visual Studio 2005, have referenced CrystalDecisions.Enterprise.Framework.dll version 11.0.3300.0 and also added it to the GAC. The rest of the dll's are version 10.2.3600.0 that came with Crystal Reports for .NET.The problem is that every time i try to instantiate the CrystalDecisions.Enterprise.SessionMgr class i get the following error:"Retrieving the COM class factory for component with CLSID {BD984C67-258F-426A-AA6C-925C63BE6CC5} failed due to the following error: 80040154."I've tried using gacutil, regasm, regsrv32 but nothing helps :(This is driving me crazy, please help! Thanks.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 05:37 PM

    Post Author: Ted Ueda

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    Few comments:You can't mix Crystal assembly versions, so 11.0 won't work with 10.2You can't use 11.0 assemblies in .NET 2.0 (10.2 is supported with .NET 2.0).Crystal Enterprise .NET uses COM interop - the exception you're encountering is because the 11.0 assembly component is trying to load a 11.0 version COM object, that wasn't installed.I'm inferring that you're trying to do this because XI Release 1 Enterprise .NET SDK isn't supported with VS 2005 - however, this won't get you around this.Sincerely,Ted Ueda

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    Posted on Jan 15, 2008 at 09:48 AM

    Post Author: imike24

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    ok I will look into it 😊

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