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Barber, Oct 3, 2007, in forum: ASP .Net Replies: 0 Views: 672 David C. This is probably your best alternative. > > > > HTH, > > > > Brian Bischof > > Nov 18 '05 #5 P: n/a mrwoopey Thank you for your feedback! My two cents worth... However, I suggest that you do a > query of your data prior to printing the report and see how many records are > returned (SELECT COUNT(*)... ). Check This Out

I do not get an exception, it just doesn't render. jha2 6-Mar-13 5:40am wOw Thank you man.. About Us The Coding Forums is a place to seek help and ask questions relating to coding and programming languages. this is another mark against crystal reports in my books, and the book is filling up very quickley 0 LVL 100 Overall: Level 100 Crystal Reports 94 ASP.NET 18 C# Read More Here

However, I suggest that you do > a > > query of your data prior to printing the report and see how many records > are > > returned (SELECT COUNT(*)... I searched dynamic_image folder and found it under c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\dynamic_images which is used by crystal report engine to store chart images. this is a very valid comment.

I assume this would work with a web application that was created from a virtual directory as well, just paste it into the virtual directory. I chose framework 4 integrated application pool, btw. I'm sick of Crystal! Please post your solution.

MS changed the OS. It's quick & easy. and Forcing a page error? https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/8c76ec1f-5666-4b84-9831-81376adafeaf/fail-to-render-the-page-crystal-report-chart-page-within-aspnet?forum=vscrystalreports It's a pain and expensive to deploy (user licensing!).

However, if you include the ability for the end-user to customize the reports with their additional DLLs, then there is a licensing fee required since you are essentially deploying a copy Vista is very different from XP. What happens if BB-8 rolls the wrong way? My Only DNN Site Chile Concepcion I am a DNN Hobbyist Reply gswetha None 0 Points 2 Posts Re: Fail to render the page Nov 10, 2003 04:39 AM|gswetha|LINK even i

I browsed to the application and once again, the crystal report viewer would not work. You should tell him since his solutions to the problem is so much more complicated. it works like a charm :) God Bless you s.amittyagi 22-May-13 2:39am thanks for share CloudWebi 24-Jun-13 6:53am Works like charm. I have tried all the fixes Business Objects provides on their knowledgebase but none of them work.

See below for details: http://www.businessobjects.com/news...crosoft_20040324.asp?ref=devzone_netzone_main If there's no long term support -- read into this: "timely" patches, updates, support, etc -- built in to the arrangement, then MS needs to look his comment is here This is probably your best alternative. > > > > HTH, > > > > Brian Bischof > > Brian Bischof, Apr 28, 2004 #4 Ron Fluegge Guest I'm hoping the problem is with a setting in your .config file (either web.config or machine.config). my dataset is not empty, so i figure that there is some other thing creating this error.

Ron "mrwoopey" <> wrote in message news:... > Thank you for your feedback! > > I'm sick of Crystal! See more: IIS6 ASP.NET Windows IIS , + Here's the scenario: Windows Server 2003 SP2 Hosting ASP.NET web application Framework 4.0 that uses Crystal reports Viewer to render Crystal Reports Version=13.0.2000.0 As I understand it, if you are creating the app with the CR reports embedded in the app, then there are no additional licensing fees. http://swirlvision.com/crystal-report/crystal-report-viewer-error-229.html This is probably your best alternative.

They posted a fix for CR 9, but not CR.NET. They posted a fix for CR 9, but not CR.NET. CR 9/10 is the money maker and that's what they are focused on serving.

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Phin Nov 18 '05 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 7 Replies P: n/a Brian Bischof According to the information you posted, this appears to be a bug that Crystal is When I'm trying to view them from the user who's administrator on the machine running the IIS everything works fine, however when I'm trying to view them from another user there Solution 2 Accept Solution Reject Solution After a lot of headaches, I was able to resolve this issue. While I can understand BO/CR wanting to promote/sell/support CR 9 and 10, there MUST be an arrangement with Microsoft that they patch/fix/update CR.NET (at least the 1.1/2003 version) in order for

Developer Network Developer Network Developer :CreateViewProfileText: Sign in MSDN subscriptions Get tools Downloads Visual Studio MSDN subscription access SDKs Trial software Free downloads Office resources SharePoint Server 2013 resources SQL Server Either way, you can correct the problem by making the following entry in your web.config file which takes priority over the machine.config file for it's corresponding web. Hal Levy Daddyshome, LLC #3 (permalink) June 17th, 2003, 12:31 PM upworth Registered User Join Date: Jun 2003 Location: , , . http://swirlvision.com/crystal-report/crystal-activex-report-viewer.html Thus, I doubt if anyone can tell you how to fix it.

To post a fix for CR 9 and not CR.NET "says" a whole lot about the support that we're going to get in the future regardless of the "version". I have no problems with that since my clients cannot customize our "standard" reports. Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Find All Thanked Posts Go to Page...