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How to store reports on cr server 2008 and view them from web application

Hi, I want to store my rpt files on the crystal reports server, under "Folders", and then from my web application use "CrystalReportViewer" control to show these reports.

Now I setup a crystal reports server 2008 on my server, and install crystal reports 2008 on my client develp machine. I have searched some sample codes from Internet, but many Business Objects dlls they used I could not find from my computer, for example, I can not find infostore dll and Business Objects.sdk. It seems I have to install some sdk to use these objects.

Could you tell if which sdk I have to setup to achieve my goal, or if can give me a sample would be highly appriecatied.

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2008 at 12:18 PM

    You need to install the Enterprise SDK components from your CR Server 2008 CD. You can either install CR Server entirely on your client machine, or customize the install and choose only the Developer Components option (will give you an option of .NET and/or Java).

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 11:29 AM

    Dear

    we want crystal reports server 2008, so is it ferr for sap channel patners or they are chargeing any money and what is the server edition, so wht is the procedure.. plz help me

    venkat

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