Has anyone gotten the "add-on" tool called rptInspector to work with their Visual Studio.net version of CR? Does it even work that way, or do I HAVE to have full CR loaded?
I have it working fine on a machine that has full-blown "stand-alone" Crystal Reports9, but would prefer to use it on the machine that has Visual Studio. (Long-story of why i'm not currently using the tool on the regular CR9 machine.)
rptInspector9 currently comes up with the "misleading" message of "report is damaged and cannot be read" that comes up when it can not find Crystal Reports9 on the current machine.
(For those unfamiliar w the tool, google it for more details ---- it's a nice tool, I just don't have it working the way I'd like at the moment.)