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Teach me about the crystal report viewer and the .csp extension

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I need an example to use the crystal report viewer instead of show a report inside an aspx page.
(how to call it, where the .rpt are, etc)

And I don't know what is .csp extension.


Thanks in advance.
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I have version 9.

and what about the extension .csp, is special for crystal ??

I'll see the examples right now
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I haven't seen a .csp extension.  Where are you seeing it?

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.csp code is for crystal enterprise's com object model. it runs on the web component server, that comes only with crystal enterprise standard or professional. it cannot be used with the Crystal enterprise report application server that comes with cr 9. this is the most advanced, but also most comlex, web solution crystal has.
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