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Property License Key is non-nullable when building a setup project in VS.NET 2003

Posted on 2004-09-10
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I am getting following error while building my setup project that
includes Crystal Merge Modules. I have seen posts with similar errors
but did not see any resolutions to this problem.


<error>
ERROR: Property License Key is non-nullable
</error>


Please help me find a resolution to this issue. Thanks for your help.
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Question by:astensland
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by:frodoman
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If you're using Visual Studio 2003 then it's the same problem as presented in the above link, but the merge module in question is Crystal_regwiz2003.

Also I strongly urge you to read this document as it will save your worlds of trouble: http://support.businessobjects.com/communityCS/TechnicalPapers/crnet_deployment.pdf.asp

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by:astensland
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Cheers to both of you! Excatly what I needed. The license I found under Help-About in vs.net.
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Glad I could help

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