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I'm trying to build a VB6 console application to automatically export Crystal Reports to PDF format. This needs to be done without user interaction (no Save As or Print dialog boxes). The idea is to replace an existing application that uses Neevia DocCreator to print to PDF, but requires the user to interact with a Save As dialog for each report.

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I'm running into a problem when doing the actual export. In the code below, using a sample report for testing, the line "oXRpt.Export False" throws an error, "Missing or out-of-date export DLL." I have not been able to determine which dll it's referring to. The Crystal Report Export reference in the project points to C:\Program Files\Seagate Software\Viewers\ActiveXViewer\sviewhlp.dll. That dll exists in the referenced directory.

Crystal Reports, from Crystal Services/Seagate Technology Inc., is a powerful visual report creation tool forMicrosoft Windows. Rather than a specific product, it is designed towork with almost any existing database product.

Crystal Reports enables third party software developers to runreports from directly from within their applications. Crystal Reportswas sometimes bundled with Microsoft Visual Basic. And it can be usedwith Crystal Reports Server for scheduled report generation.

Peter RE: crystal Report 8.5 & VB6 Guest (visitor)6 Apr 02 20:16OK. Under what option in Crystal Report do I find this Wizard.I try the help utility but it doesn't display anything similar.Upps! I forgot to thank you for trying to help. RE: crystal Report 8.5 & VB6 petermeachem (Programmer)7 Apr 02 05:10menu Report, the Report Distribution Expert. Don't know if it is every version Peter RE: crystal Report 8.5 & VB6 PcProgrammer (Programmer)(OP)8 Apr 02 08:37I search in crystal report site and it was a download file that I have to install.After the installation and running the file, it indicates that two dll were not found. MSPDOX40.DLL and MSXBSE40.DLL, I check my hard disk and this files doesn't exist. I also generate a search for this files under cystal report site and the result was 0 files.Do you know anything about this two files. I try creating a simple report, it only display the employee name, but it keeps indicating that this two files are missing. RE: crystal Report 8.5 & VB6 petermeachem (Programmer)10 Apr 02 14:51Msxbse40 appears to be a dbase file driver and MSPDOX40 as Paradox driver. I'm not sure why you would need these, but if you look on google you will find plenty of references, such as !OpenDocument Peter RE: crystal Report 8.5 & VB6 jitendra (Programmer)26 Apr 02 04:09I Have Designed the Crystal Report ,But When i m trying to Pass Parameter Using Visual Basic Im not able to do thatLike txFormula = "Employees.LastName = 'King'" CrystalReport1.ReplaceSelectionFormula txtFormulaHow can I define the Selection criteria..? RE: crystal Report 8.5 & VB6 alan2624 (Programmer)10 May 02 09:34I ran into this same problem and Crystal has a problem with the dependancy files for the OCX.Take a look at this from the Crystal Knowledge base RE: crystal Report 8.5 & VB6 Guest (visitor)16 May 02 10:56Go to and search for scr8_distr_expert.exe. This will update your Crystal Reports 8 or 8.5 Developers Edition to include the ability to compile and distribute reports. Bob Mytnik RE: crystal Report 8.5 & VB6 Guest (visitor)19 May 02 12:21i need basic knowladge of crystal report an dit use and simple aaplication in visual basic . RE: crystal Report 8.5 & VB6 Guest (visitor)18 Jun 02 06:53Hi All, I have develop an application in Visual basic.I am using the crystal reports in visual basic.i made a setup to install this application to any other machine.i am registering crystl32.ocx control for using the crystal reports in my application .when i register it it gives the error "error 339:Component "Crystl32.OCX" or one of its dependencies not correctly registered: a file is missing or invalid".What's the problem,If any one have an idea,please reply i shall be gratethankfull to you.]from kashif RE: crystal Report 8.5 & VB6 Guest (visitor)8 Aug 02 02:53The problem is that crystl32.ocx is the linking library that connects all the other required ocx's and dll together. it will not register if it does not have these required files : CRYSTL32.OCX CRPE32.DLL CRPAIG32.DLL CRXLAT32.DLL U2DDISK.DLL U2FDIF.DLL U2FREC.DLL U2FSEPV.DLL U2FTEXT.DLL P2BDAO.DLL P2CTDAO.DLL P2IRDAO.DLL P2SODBC.DLL P2BBND.DLL IMPLODE.DLLAlso do this -> {Goto support for crystal reports and download the dependancy walker run this on the machine that you app is reporting the error and point the walker to crystl32.ocx it will then tell you which dependancy files are missing. Remember some of theses may be system files so be sure of what you are adding to your distribution...It will display the missing dll or the dependency files requiredI got the above information from -bin/rbox/get/forums/software/76/2/1.htmlAnu:) RE: crystal Report 8.5 & VB6 Guest (visitor)8 Aug 02 03:23From whrer and how to register p2soledb.dll and cpeaut32.dllthanks googletag.cmd.push(function() googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1406030581151-2'); ); Red Flag This PostPlease let us know here why this post is inappropriate. Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework.CancelRed Flag SubmittedThank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts.The Tek-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action.

Crystal Reports is included with Visual Basic 6 and allows the user to generate reports based on databases generated within Visual Basic. The method of installation varies depending upon which version of Visual Basic 6 is installed on the computer.

Crystal Reports Developer for Visual Studio is an imposing application for .NET developers and other users who are required to create, explore and visualize the reports. This application is developed for all those who need to create detailed reports within the Visual Studio development environment resulting in reducing the dependency on IT and developers. You can also download SAP Crystal Reports 2013.

If you are an application developer, report designer or a business user, using Crystal Reports Developer for Visual Studio allows you to access the relational databases like Sybase, PostgreSQL, MS SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle and Btrieve amd log files easily. Crystal Reports Developer for Visual Studio provides you a complete set of APIs where you can search for the content on the server without leaving Visual Studio easily. You can easily and effortlessly create and subscribe to event, manage cryptographic keys, security keys and organize the groups plus you can import and export the content to/from offline files. It also offers an editable preview panel that will help you to instantly edit the preferred reports while viewing the data and a workbench utility that allows you to manage and organize the projects. All in all Crystal Reports Developer for Visual Studio is an imposing application for .NET developers and other users who are required to create, explore and visualize the reports. You can also download Crystal Reports XI R2.

Does anyone know how to open a report (.rpt) in Crystal Reports 2008 using vb6? I have just spend a lot of money purchasing this and now it seems that it is not compatible with vb6 at all. It was working fine in earlier versions up to CR XI(11) where the Crystal Report Control was available in the components list. WIth 2008, nothing...

Well, if all else fails, you can either drop back to 11 or learn just enough .BLOAT to read command line arguements to display the report you want. Although, I still wonder if you can redistribute and automate the viewer. Not the control of the viewer, the viewer application itself...

Not that this is going to help much but have you checked over at seagate? And, I'm not sure, but I believe clients would now have to have the viewer, and you would have to automate that instead of the old OCX control, but to be sure, you might want to ask around at some of the CR forums. ;_ylt=AivjlEnOON7kw03Nza.E5PKbvZx4?p=crystal+report+forum&toggle=1&cop=mss&ei=UTF-8&fr=yfp-t-701

Previously you could get the crystal report viewer as a control. Right click, set connections, open report and all of those nice things. Now, after referencing the control (Crystal ActiveX Report Viewer 12.0), you do not get the option to select it from your components. I then thought cool, maybe available now in code. HA, not so. As soon as I run my app and the viewer is suppose to open the report, I get the error "Compile Error, Type Mismatch". The path is correct, according to my searches up to CR XI(11), this was the way to open your selected report. Have a look at the code below -

I have stumbled upon a site where you can manipulate new .net controls and forms into vb6. You need to download Interop Forms Toolkit, install it and it will automatically form part of .net. You then create the "control" (basically using it and save it as a project) and then open vb6, reference the project and viola, the control properties etc is available to you. The only down here is that, is it really worth my while to go through the effort just for an upgrade on CR 2008. Yes it has very nice reports and charts and stuffffff.

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