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Ihad VB6.0 on my maching and thru a program i was calling Crystal reports (ver 7.0) Report.
After loading VB.Net on my maching i get error in the statement

crystalreport1.action

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Question by:archnaashish
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by:Ryan Chong
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What's the Error's Number and Description? Show your code.
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GroovyGuy earned 400 total points
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I got the same problem... and I solve it by installing the file Msvcp60.dll... see the following article.

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 Article ID:
c2007415

Created:
2000/06/14

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2000/11/10
 

 
 
 
 
 
Error: "Physical Database Not Found" using Active Data Objects (ADO)

The information in the article refers to:
Seagate Crystal Reports 8
 
 
Applies to:
 
Reported version only
Active Server Pages (ASP)
Active Data Objects (ADO)
Dependency Files
 

Synopsis

A report based on an ADO recordset is called from an Active Server Pages (ASP) application (could be a VB application as well) using the Crystal Automation Server, however, the following message is displayed:

"Physical Database Not Found"

Solution

The application was originally created in Crystal Reports version 7 Maintenance Release 1 and executed as expected. It was then upgraded to version 8 and installed to the web server machine (or recompiled and distributed to the client machine in the case of a VB application).

Further investigate found that the version 8 P2smon.dll required a new dependency file, Msvcp60.dll. This file did not exist on the web server machine (or the client's machine in the case of a VB application) where the application was run. Once the Msvcp60.dll was distributed to the machine from the development machine the error message was eliminated.


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Category:
 Web , Development , Web
 
Subject:
 Crystal Automation Server , Report Designer Component (RDC) , Crystal Automation Server
 
Topic:
 Active Data (ADO, CDO, RDO) , Active Data , Database Connectivity
 
Keywords:
 ACTIVE DATA OBJECTS ADO PHYSICAL DATABASE NOT FOUND RUNTIME ERROR ASP
 
 
 


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Status:
 Verified
 
Product:
 Crystal Reports Developer Edition
 
Reported Version:
 8.0.0.371 Crystal Reports Developer Edition
 
Applies to:
 Reported version only
 
Bit Version:
 32 Bit
 
Web Server:
 Internet Information Server (I
 
RPT Access Method (SCR):
 ASP
 
 
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Hi archnaashish,
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