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Crystal Report Export To XML

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How can I do (by coding) to export the layout of the report (Version 9 or 11) to XML and CSV ?
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I’m doing programmatically export of reports in different formats using Dot net C sharp.
In crystal 8.5 export options that are shown when exporting using report viewer match one to one CRExportFormatType enumeration.   But in crystal 9.0 there are less options then in enumeration.In report viewer ther is no option for exporting to xml or csv. how can i create these options .When i'm exporting to excel the headers are shifted .Data is not coming properly.how can i solve this?
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>>> But in crystal 9.0 there are less options then in enumeration

Some of the options available in 8.5 were removed from version 9+.  

There is no simply solution for what you want to do.  Some report documentation applications exist ( you can find them here: http://www.kenhamady.com/bookmarks.html ) but these are commercial apps.  If you want to export the layout you're going to have to try to reverse engineer the .rpt files - Business Objects certainly isn't going to tell you how to do it!

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Hai
I'm exporting the report to xml file.I'm able to export data to xml but i'm unable to export report to xml file.how report can be convert into xml format?can sombody tell me how can i do this.
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As I've already said the only way you're going to do this is the reverse engineer the .rpt files (or buy an application from someone who has already done this work) - there is no easy way to copy out the report format to xml.  Sorry if you don't like that answer, but it is accurate.

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which dlls are required for exporting reports.tell me all dlls.
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