Network admins told me I can't add DSN's to their server that my web application will run off.
I have added a connectionstring to the web.config... but stupid Crystal Reports want a DSN. This is dealing with a secured Access Database (IE using system database in connection string that points to the security workgroup file).
I am trying to use Crystal Reports.
My question is: Do I add a DNS as a variable in the web.config and connect to crystal reports that way?
I have read that Business Objects messed up with the Crystal Reports version that comes with VS2005 and the left off in the logoninfo the system database parameter. I can get these reports working on my local machine, but it doesn't work when I deploy it to the development web server. It wants the DNS.
How do I point Crystal Report to use the connection string or DNS in my web.config file?