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Error is the type initializer for "CrystalDecisions.Crystalreports.Engine.ReportDocument"

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Hi Experts,

I have developed an ASPX site using Visual Studio 2003 and Crystal Reports X1, which is working fine. But on client machine Visual Studio 2005 is installed and this same application throws exception on each and every report. The Exception is as under.
Error is the type initializer for "CrystalDecisions.Crystalreports.Engine.ReportDocument" threw an Exception
CrystalDecisions.Crystalreports.Engine

I have searched about it and found that it is a problem of license. but didn't come to know that how to resolve it. If anyone knows about it, then Plz share it with me.


Thanks a lot.

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You need to use CR XI Release 2 with VS 2005.

http://www.businessobjects.com/products/reporting/crystalreports/compatibility_vs2005.asp

There apparently are enough differences between VS 2003 and 2005 that you need a different version of Crystal.

mlmcc
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