IRohitable | December 2011

Handling nasty Crystal Reports issues

by Rohit 19. December 2011 21:34

With this article, I am starting a small series of tips and tricks to handle few irritating issues of Crystal Reports. This post covers a couple of issues:

Issue 1:  Crystal Report Viewer's Print and Export button not working.

Solution: This is a bug which is addressed by Crystal Reports Service Packs. If you are using Crystal Reports from within Visual Studio, you need to download Crystal Reports for Visual Studio service pack. There are a couple of Hot Fixes and Security Updates released to patch further issues:

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About Rohit Prakash

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Technical Reviewer of a book on open-source programming IDE.

My day job keeps me engaged with Microsoft Technologies (ASP.NET, C# and SQL Server) hence most of the posts are related to these technologies. I, however, love to play with other open-source technologies. I also have interest in IT Security and therefore you will find posts on Malware Analysis, Cryptography and Anti-Virus programs.

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