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Version problems with Crystal Reports deployment

Hi,

I am trying to put together a dotNetNuke portal page which will have a Crystal Reports module that I purchased off the web. I have added a report to the module. When I try to view the report I get the parse error on the first line of the ascx file in the dotNetNuke portal page. Any ideas what I need to get past the error? (The support documentation is not too helpful because it is in french!

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    Posted on Oct 28, 2008 at 04:11 PM

    Hello Todd,

    It sounds like you really need additional assistance from the vendor who sold you the Crystal Reports module for DotNetNuke, however here's an educated guess.

    The error suggests that the module is expecting v11.0 runtime files - which would correspond with CR XI. It looks like you've got the runtimes for the bundled edition for VS2002 or VS2003 (v9.1.x), v10.0, and v11.5 for VS2003 and VS2005.

    In order to deploy the CR XI runtime files you'll need a valid CR XI (v11.0) keycode. The runtime files are on the SAP support site - start by clicking on the Business Objects link in the menu bar here on the SCN page - drilling into the Business Objects download link.

    Sincerely,

    Dan Kelleher

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