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Missing or out-of-date export dll

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Hi Experts

I am using crystal reports 8.5. I am trying to convert a report file to a pdf file in run time using a small vb program.

.Export False  - Raises an error  " Missing or out-of-date export dll. "

Reference
Crystal reports 8.5 Activex Designer run time library

Private Sub Command1_Click()
    Dim CRAPP As New CRAXDRT.Application
    Set CRReport = CRAPP.OpenReport("C:\activitylist.rpt")
    lstrFileName = "c:/activitylist.pdf"
    With CRReport
        .ExportOptions.DestinationType = crEDTDiskFile
        .ExportOptions.DiskFileName = lstrFileName
        .ExportOptions.FormatType = 31
        .DisplayProgressDialog = False
        .Export False
    End With
End Sub

Checked these two dlls.
U2fcr.dll    
u2ddisk.dll

They were in 2 places C:/Windows/Crystal and C:/Windows/System32. I have renamed  the above 2 dlls from the system32.

But I still face this problem
Any Suggestions



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by:mnye
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re-set the names you changed and try the tips in this article:

http://support.crystaldecisions.com/library/kbase/articles/c2003059.asp


hth
matt
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by:PradeepYadhav
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Matt I tried out your suggestion. I couldnt succeed. It gives me the same error
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by:mlmcc
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Is this on the development machine or a client?

Do you have the PDF export dll installed?
Crxf_pdf.dll

Possible causes
http://support.crystaldecisions.com/library/kbase/articles/c2009165.asp

mlmcc


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One other thought

Change
lstrFileName = "c:/activitylist.pdf"
to
lstrFileName = "c:\activitylist.pdf"

mlmcc
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by:PradeepYadhav
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Hi Matt

For your Information - I am using Windows XP.

I tried all the above mentioned points. I am getting the same error.

Crxf_pdf.dll  - Exists in 2 directories  
c:\windows\crystal
c:\windows\system32

Registered ATL.DLL, EXPORTMODELLER.DLL, CRTSLV.DLL

It didnt work out Matt.

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by:PradeepYadhav
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This is on a development Machine
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by:PradeepYadhav
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Hi Matt

My system used to have 7.0 then 8.0 and 8.5.
I uninstalled 8.5.
I searched for u2f*.dll and u2d*.dll in system32 directory and renamed them. Uninstalled Crystal reports and reinstalled 8.5 directly. My program is working now.
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by:mnye
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ddls may have not been updated or registry wasnt updated, but glad you worked it out.

matt
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Glad I could help

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by:gnorme
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Actually, if you go into the c:\<windows directory>\crystal directory there should be a .dll called u2fpdf.dll  Make sure you have full rights to this dll and the entire folder.  I had the same problem, but this took care of it.  Hope i am not too late.
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