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How to find Publickey Token Crystal Reports Version 10.0.0.533

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Hi Everyone,

I am trying to configure a software application that utilizes Crystal, and .NET.  The instuction state to enter in the PublicKey= ????


How can I find out what my PublicKey is?  I found something in the registry, however I don't think that's the key that I need to enter for Crystal.

Thank You for any assistance that you can offer.

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Mike McCrackenSenior Consultant
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Is this the standalone version of Crystal or the one that comes in .Net?

What key are you looking for?

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Hi Mimcc,

I have the stand alone version 10.0.

The key that I am look for is the PublicKeyToken.  

-byd2k
Mike McCrackenSenior Consultant
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The public key is the key that you used when you install CR10.
You could find the key from your CR10->Help->About Crystal Reports->Key Code
Or from your VS.NET->Help->About Microsoft Visual C#.Net->Crystal Report 10 for Visual Studio.NET

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Thank you all for your help.  The developer was able to provide me with aanother line of code to replace in the web.config file.  

-Byd2k
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