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I am trying to add a report to the cmc thru the cmc on both local machine & server, I am getting the following error.

Adding Crystal Report "DailyPlacementTransactionClientManagers.rpt" failed. The server with kind rptappserver returned an error result. Failed to copy the report file to the report object. Refreshing the report object properties might have failed. Failed to read data from report file C:\Program Files (x86)\Business Objects\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12.0\Data\CrystalReportsRasServer\temp\{89684B2F-A20B-47A9-A82F-F73E78FEAF35}.rpt. Reason: Unable to launch C:\Program Files (x86)\Business Objects\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12.0\win32_x86\ReportAdd program to add report to the system.

If I add the report via publishing wizard it works fine, If I click on save as from the Crystal Program It works fine...

Any help would be appreciated.

Running ...

BO Edge 3.1, SP3, FP3.3

Crystal 2008 SP3

Windows Server Enterprise wo Hyper V SP2

64 bit Operating System

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    Posted on Feb 03, 2011 at 05:53 PM

    you might be missing following files :

    ReportAdd.dll

    ReportAdd.exe

    lovconvertor.dll

    If so, you'll either need to copy them from another system and register dll, or re-install.

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