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Migrate Crystal report for C++

Currently I am trying to migrate my MFC project from VC 6.0 to VC 2010, I have installed crystal report for visual studio 2010, and replaced crystal report

viewer 9 with crystal activex report viewer control 13.0. But it does not work properly for running the program. Is there any example for c++ of crystal report for vs 2010, as I only find examples for .Net and c#?

By the way, there is a help file name crnet_api_2010.cab after installation, and when you unzip this file,there would be a list of .htm files. Do any one knows

how to open these files as some kind of user manual that you do not need to open .htm file one by one?

Thanks for your answer.

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2012 at 04:21 PM

    Hello:

    I have installed crystal report for visual studio 2010, and replaced crystal report

    viewer 9

    Unfortunately, in CRVS2010, this viewer only ships for internal purposes and you are not licensed to use it.

    Your app that used version 9 of Crystal Reports was based on the Report Designer Component (RDC) SDK. This SDK was retired in version 11.5 of Crystal Reports (CR 11.5 has been out of support since June of 2011).

    Your option:

    Do not use the RDC. Use the CR SDK for .NET. To get you started, Developer help files are at the following links:

    SAP Crystal Reports .NET API Guide

    SAP Crystal Reports .NET SDK Developer Guide

    Sample apps:

    http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/x/JQBmBQ

    Crystal Reports for Visual Studio 2005 Walkthroughs (will apply to CRVS2010)

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