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Crystal11_NET_EmbeddedReporting.msm not in their zip files or local.

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Where is Crystal11_NET_EmbeddedReporting.msm?  It is not in the crxir2_net_merge_modules.zip  or crxi_net_merge_modules.zip files.  This is needed for my application to deploy correctly.
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Check here
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Merge Modules
For more details check page 52 of
http://technicalsupport.businessobjects.com/KanisaSupportSite/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=boxireleasenotesenpdf&sliceId=&dialogID=18352557&stateId=1%200%2018356339

What edition of CR XI do you have?

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by:andremara
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Hi Mlmcc
I am using XI R2, and just learned that I should not be using Crystal11_NET_EmbeddedReporting.msm, but rather the CrystalReports11_5_NET.msm.  Hence the duplicate post I created earlier to address the question about VSNET2003 not being able to import this file when building the deploy project.  I apologize for the confusion and probably should close this question out.  Been a long day !
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Glad i could help

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