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CAN YOU LAUNCH A CRYSTAL REPORT FROM A WEB APPLICATION???
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Crystal reports 6 comes with a web server module (an activeX dll that can run under IIS). Yes, you can call it from an ASP file, pass parameters, generate the report, and spit it down to the client via a number of ways (html, java, ActiveX)
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