How to find Publickey Token Crystal Reports Version

Posted on 2006-03-20
Last Modified: 2008-02-01
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.

Question by:byd2k
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    Is this the standalone version of Crystal or the one that comes in .Net?

    What key are you looking for?


    Author Comment

    Hi Mimcc,

    I have the stand alone version 10.0.

    The key that I am look for is the PublicKeyToken.  

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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


    Author Comment

    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.  


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