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Need help to run *.rpt in ActiveX (in IE 6.x) from IIS 5.0 with CR 9.0 Developer version.

Posted on 2004-09-21
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Hi FRiends!

I need help to activate *.rpt file from Crytal Reports 9.0 with the ActiveX viewer on IIS 5.0. (in IE 6.x)
I got the sample files from the vendor site : http://support.businessobjects.com/communityCS/FilesAndUpdates/aspxmps9.exe.asp
and installed them on my web site. I created the virtual directory and gave it the correct permission, But when I run the file named "SimplePreviewReport.asp" I got an error that says..

 "Error Type: Server object, ASP 0177 (0x800401F3) Invalid ProgID.   /Sample9/AlwaysRequiredSteps.asp, line 15"

I looked in the file mentioned above and the line 15 is in the middle of foloowing "IF" command;

If Not IsObject (session("oApp")) Then                              
  Set session("oApp") = Server.CreateObject("CrystalRuntime.Application.9")
End If                                                              

Please HELP!
What did I missed? do I have to register some DLL's?
Sorry I'm not an ASP developer..Althougth I'm working more then 8 years with NT+IIS+Exchange and other OS support.(MCSE/MCT 2000+IIS)
Can you please specify in simple words what to do in order to solve this problem.

Thanks Friends!!

-- Bye!! --
 Mottius.

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Which edition of CR9 do you have?  Sounds like you may have either the standard or professional editions which do not support using RDC components.  If that's the case then this code won't work unless you upgrade to developer or advanced edition of CR9...

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