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Crystal Reports 2011 Report formatting and Running Totals not working

Hello,

I have installed the SAP Crystal Reports Runtime engine for .NET framework 4 (64 bit). Some of the subreports within certain reports that were created using older version of Crystal Reports, while running do not show proper number formatting and incorrect summation using Running totals.

When running the same report with same 32bit Crystal Runtime, it works fine.

Please let me know if there are any settings or is it a bug with 64 bit version of the runtime?

Otherwise, it seems I will have to re-create these subreports.

-Dhaval

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    Posted on Aug 19, 2011 at 03:53 PM

    I moved your post from the SAP CR Design forum to here (.NET - SAP Crystal Reports).

    But I am a bit confused as the title of your post and the body do not jive. E.g.; CR 2011 does not have any SDK...

    So, a bunch of assumption that you will have to confirm:

    You are using VS 2010

    You downloaded CRVS2010 to use with VS 2010

    Your reports work when the app is compiled as 32 bit

    You have number formatting and incorrect summation issues when the app is compiled as 64 bit

    This is only the case with older reports (please specify version of CR these reports were created in)

    New reports work(?)

    Ludek

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