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Integrate Crystal Report 11 with Visual Studio .NET

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How can I integrate Crystal Report 11 with my .NET environment. Is that some thing which happens when I load Crystal Report 11 after loading .NET on my machine. And which edition of Crystal Report should I be buying if I want to develope ASP.NET pages which can pull some crystal reports which are generated using Crystal Report 11.

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With previous versions of Crystal, I installed VB then Crystal and the Crystal tools were available.

If you intend to distribute applications, you probably need to purchase the Developer edition.

Which version of .Net?

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I have .NET Developer Edition and Crystal Report also Developer Edition.....
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When you said tools, what tool were you specifying too.

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By tools I meant the Crystal references and components.  In VB6 you add them through the PROJECT --> REFERENCES or COMPONENTS menus.  Not sure how you do that in .Net.  It is probably through the INCLUDES

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Glad i could help

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I have a program developed in vb.net 2003 and I want to pull up a report that generated in Crystal Repor 11. How can I make the setup so when the user install the program the report will run. I cannot get it to work. Please help.
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