It seems as though this should be an easy thing to do, but...
I'm using VB.NET and have the built-in Crystal Reports, PLUS I purchased the Crystal Reports Developer Edition XI (just because I thought the HELP may contain a solution to this very problem).
I've created a dozen reports and they run fine on my machine, but I need them to be set up like VB (application.startup) for the database path, so they will run anywhere else.
I tried asking this same question in the VB.NET section, because I believed there should be a coding solution, but not one single person responded, so now I'm trying here.
I'm putting up 500 points and if you can solve my problem, I'll give you the link to the question in the VB section so you can collect another 500 points.
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