Which DLLs needed for Crystal reports CRAXDRT.DLL to load up a report and export a report to RTF

Posted on 2007-10-07
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I'm using CRAXDRT.DLL to open and export a report to word RTF format. Can anyone tell which of the hundreds of  Crystal reports DLLs I need to have installed to do this.  I've heard ( though this site) that there is no runtime license required for this DLL ... so does Business Objects have available for download all the DLL's I need.  I'm currently running Crystal Reorts 11.5 developer edition  but don't want to install the whole thing on all the computers that will be generating the exported the reports.  Thanks.
Question by:marcyveslabonte
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mlmcc earned 1500 total points
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Check the Developer help files.

Mine are loaded in

C:\Program Files\Business Objects\Crystal Reports 11\Developer Files\En

In particular RDCDeployment.chm

YOu need to use the merge modules and build a distribution package.


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Thanks mlmcc ... that gets me started in the right direction.

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