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Report Engine DLLs

Hi All

I have an application in which I embedd Crystal Reports. I then run them through this application. I have just upgrade my copy of Crystal Reports from 8.5 to 11. Now when I run reports on other pc's I get an error message saying

"The Report Engine was unable to run the report. Please check that all Report Engine DLLs are present on your system."

Now I know that this is because my aqpplication was written with CR8.5 DLLs and the report is in version 11. Can somone please tell me exactly what files I would need to copy over on to the other PC's to replace what is on there at the moment and to resolve this problem.

This is urgent and I do need an exact answer hence the 500 points.

Many thanks in advance
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jclothier
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jclothier
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mlmccCommented:
What is the application written in?

If it is VB you need to update the references and components

If it is a .Net app you need to update the files the application uses.

mlmcc
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jclothierAuthor Commented:
Sorry I'm not possitive what the application is writtten in. I think its is either VB6 or vb.net. I dont have any control over the software anyway. :-(
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jclothierAuthor Commented:
rhinok

Thanks for your reply. Unfortunatly I cant use the merge modules, I need the actual files. They must be installed on my PC because the reports work fine there.
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RickJCommented:
This may help.
Please read the last comment in particular, it has a full listing of files.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Databases/Crystal_Reports/Q_21902993.html

Rick.
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jclothierAuthor Commented:
Thanks to all for your help. I actuall ymanaged to get it working by using CR9 DLLs. I know that I will miss out on some features but it will do until the developers get the app working for CR xi.
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