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Crystal Reports 10 - SQL Server

Hi

We have Crystal Reports 10 currently in our organization and we want to know if it is compatible with SQL Server 2005 or SQL Server 2008?

Does anybody have any idea on this? Any help as in white paper, links etc is appreciated.

Thanks.

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    Sep 08, 2008 at 03:27 PM

    Supported plateform guide can be found from:

    [https://websmp105.sap-ag.de/bosap-support]

    Click on supported plateforms ->select your product version.

    Hope this helps!!

    Regards,

    Shweta

    Edited by: Shweta Sharma on Sep 8, 2008 5:28 PM

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    Sep 09, 2008 at 02:36 PM
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    • Former Member

      When i tried to open the link, I am getting a sign-on dialog box and when I enter my forum credentials, I am not able to login. Is the credentials different?

      I tried both links posted and both are asking for the sign-on and both failed for my forum credentials.

      Any help is much appreciated.

      Thanks.

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    Former Member
    Sep 09, 2008 at 03:58 PM

    Hi

    Would like to infor that CR10 is not tested and not supported with SQL Server 2005 or SQL Server 2008.

    Hope this help.

    Amit

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    Sep 09, 2008 at 04:33 PM

    Hi,

    Following is the list of the reporting databases on windows Platform supported with CR 10.

    Native Oracle 8.1.7

    Native Oracle 9.2

    Native DB2 8.1

    Native DB2 7.2

    Native Sybase 12.5

    Native Access 2000

    Native Access 2003

    ODBC-Teradata

    ODBC-SQL Server 2000

    ODBC-Oracle 8.1.7

    ODBC-Oracle 9.2

    ODBC-DB2 7.2

    ODBC-DB2 8.1

    ODBC-Sybase 12.5

    ODBC-Access 2000

    ODBC-Access 2003

    ODBC-Text

    OLEDB-SQL Server 2000

    OLEDB-Oracle 8.1.7

    OLEDB-Oracle 9.2

    OLEDB-DB2 7.2

    OLEDB-DB2 8.1

    OLEDB-Access 2000

    OLEDB-Access 2003

    Hope this helps!!

    Regadrs,

    Shweta

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    • The Platforms text files are mostly to show you what has been tested and confirmed to work. It also means if there are any issues we have an escalation path to the developers to resolve the issue.

      In most cases this should work, although as noted it's not officially supported. Only issues I've run into on SQL 2005 is database and table permissions. MS changed the way tables are accessed and strengthened the permissions. You simply need to set security using MS or Enterprise enabled on the MS Server and then it usually works.

      For SQL 2008 I have not tested this at all.

      CR 10 is past it's end of life so no option to escalate to R&D to get any issues resolved.