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Issue with Visual Studio 2008 Crystal Report basic

I have 1 report that have around 21 sub-reports. we are opening this report from a web application (Created Visual Studio 2008). Before we were using Crystal report 11.5 version with this application and this report used to work fine. Now we have replcaed this ersion with Visual Studio 2008 Basic. The problem with this replacement is that now my report doesn't work for more than 2700+ records or 320+ pages. Where can be the issue?

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2012 at 02:24 PM

    Hi ,

    As per your description, you have downgraded the version from XI R2(11.5) to CRBasic 2008 (10.5), which is not recommended which must have impacted a little.

    You might want to consider upgrading that to use CR 2008 (12.x) or CRVS2010 (13.x).

    Hope that helps.

    - Saurabh

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  • Posted on Jan 19, 2012 at 03:55 PM

    You definately want to go to CR 2008. I'd recommed that you call 866-681-3435 and ask about the possibility of getting a 30 day eval.

    Ludek

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