Quickreport and delphi 2006

Posted on 2006-04-26
Last Modified: 2013-11-22
Hello Experts,

I installed Quickreport version 4 to my Delphi 2006 professional edition  and I can see the Qreport with all its components on the tool palette.  When I add a QuickRep component to a delphi form and compile the form, its delphi unit add "QuickRpt" to the "uses" clause but Delphi does not seem to recognize "QuickRpt":  If I place the cursor on the word "Quickrpt" in the "uses" clause, the following message shows up: " Cannot resolve unit name 'Quickrpt' ".  Also if I right click on the word "Quickrpt" and select "Find Declaration" from the pop up menu, it does not take me anywhere. Please advise.


Question by:kalamoun
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    Accepted Solution

    You need to add the path of the QuickReport .DCU to your Project's Path.

    You can access it from Project -> Options

    Author Comment

    LVL 14

    Expert Comment

    Thanks... but I get a B? :-(

    Author Comment

    Sorry but not sure how the grading system worked.  You definitely deserved an A

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