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Log4Net and Crystal report and Silverlight

Tried to search other thread regarding Log4net but can't found the answers.

I installed "SAP Crystal Report, version for Visual Studo". I am trying to use Crystal Report in my Silverlight project.

In Bin folder on Server has been created a Log4Net.dll file which causes many compiling errors. And when i remove Crystal report from my project (references and reports) it doesn't show errors.

What Log4Net.dll is used for ???

And also kindly tell me a version of CrystalReport for Visual Studio which will work fine for Visual Studio 2010 SP1 x32 and x64.

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    Posted on Apr 28, 2011 at 03:04 PM

    And also kindly tell me a version of CrystalReport for Visual Studio which will work fine for Visual Studio 2010 SP1 x32 and x64

    - [CRVS2010|http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/boc/support?rid=/webcontent/uuid/d01fdad8-44e5-2d10-61ad-9d2d4158f3a8] [original link is broken];

    Re. Log4net error. Not sure if you are saying you did not find any info or the info you did find did not help. It would be nice to know what you have found and what you have tried to date. However, one thing that you want to do is make sure you are not compiling the app as "Any CPU". Compile as 32 or 64 bit, not "Any CPU", then deploy the appropriate CR runtime.

    - Ludek

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