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Few weeks ago I have wrote on how to hack Crystal Reports 2008 ASP.Net Viewer control to suppress time part in the parameter calendar control. With release of Service Pack 1 for Crystal Reports 2008, suggested solution no longer works since … Continue reading
We have created our perfect reporting solution using Crystal Reports 2008 viewer control, tested everything, and deployed it into production environment… and it is working… until Friday night… 🙁 Information below is provided for both IIS 6 and IIS 7 … Continue reading
One would think that this should be a no-brainer : ability to specify an edit format for date/time parameter in Crystal Reports. Not so fast… Problem is as following: ASP.Net Web client with Crystal Reports Viewer control is used. When … Continue reading
Introduction From part 1 of this article, you got list of steps in order to deploy Crystal Reports 2008 project created in Visual Studio 2008. Next step is to choose deployment strategy, prepare installation script and then install it on IIS server. There is … Continue reading
Crystal Reports Deployment strategy This is a first part of the discussion about what it takes to deploy Crystal Reports 2008 based project created in Visual Studio. Dependencies When you develop something which involves Crystal Reports you need to deploy … Continue reading