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ERROR: Could not load a file or assembly 'CrystalDecisions.Shared, version=9.1.5000.0,culture=neutral,publickeytoken=692fbea551e1304' or one of teh dependencies .

Posted on 2006-07-06
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Hello experts,

I am having a reallly bad time today as i am  not able to  overcome the following error

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Could not load a file or assembly 'CrystalDecisions.Shared, version=9.1.5000.0,culture=neutral,publickeytoken=692fbea551e1304' or one of teh dependencies .

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I have added merge modules: Crystal_RegWiz2003.msm, Crystal_Database_Access2003_enu.msm, Crystal_Database_Access2003.msm and Crystal_Managed2003.msm and even VC_User_CRT71_RTL_X86_---.msm and VC_User_STL71_RTL_X86_--- .msm in my setup file.

I have read in a link as to
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......Reports will have to be loaded from disk. ****Reports can be loaded from disk by specifying a file path using the .Load() method of the Reportdocument object. When deploying applications that do not embed report files, the report files must be manually added to the setup projects****.

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what do we mean by manually loading the Reportdocument object and how do we do that

Any help would be greatly appriciated

Kishore
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by:topdog770
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Hi!  I can certainly relate to what you are feeling.

Are you seeing the can not load assembly error when running the program on your computer or on a 'client' machine?


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by:kishorebanda
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hi topdog770,

I am seeing it on client machine..
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by:topdog770
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Have you seen this document yet?

http://support.businessobjects.com/communityCS/TechnicalPapers/crnet_deployment.pdf



We've had problems at times getting the .net setup & deployment project to work correctly so I frequently will 'cheat' and install crystal reports on the client computer using this ( a self -contained msi that installs the needed crystal reports components )

http://support.businessobjects.com/communityCS/FilesAndUpdates/cr9netredist.zip.asp

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by:kishorebanda
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wow ur very fast."Hats of to u""
yes i did n i followed every step. But i did not understand except for the one i have mentioned earlier
***"manually loading the Reportdocument object and how do we do that". I am downloading the file..
where should i install them on client??
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by:topdog770
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yeah.. using the cr9netredist.zip file.. install the msi on the client machine.

On your development machine, do you have crystal report, I'm presuming, that's used by your application and displays correctly?
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by:kishorebanda
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Opps!!!!!!!
I am using Bundled Version of Crystal Reports. n it doesnot accept the product key. :((
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by:topdog770
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In Visual Studio do a help about the number after the Crystal Reports for Visual Studio .NET  is what you want to use.
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by:kishorebanda
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sorry i mean when try to run the cr9netredist.msi file its asking for product key and as i have Bundled Version of Crystal Reports on server. So, the product key is not accepted....
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by:kishorebanda
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i opened up Visual studio ide n selected help->about microsoft development environment -crystal reports for visual studio .net and the 19 digit code besides it.

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by:kishorebanda
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:(( do u have any more suggestions for me????
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by:topdog770
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Yeah.. was just looking to see how I've been doing it.. and realized that I HAD created a crystal reports for .net install
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by:kishorebanda
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how did you do that???
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by:topdog770
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I forgot about it, but the production install was made using Install Shield and the mergemodules
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i put a copy of the installation here...

http://www.thomastucker.us/a/

I'll remove in a few minutes but feel free to download it

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by:kishorebanda
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thanks a lot topdog ur a saviour( i am an intern and this is my first real time experience).
 I have come back from my office. I will install it as soon as i get back to offfice.
Do i need any product key to install this.
once again thanks a lot for the support
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by:kishorebanda
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for ur info, it worked topdog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
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by:topdog770
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I'm glad to hear that it worked!  Crystal can be a really tough creature some times.
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Can I get a copy of that install I am having same problem as above
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