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I created a report in Crystal Report.  I set the dynamic image in the report.  I have a report named "Test.jpg".  Whenever that report changes (while I am viewing the report in Crystal Reports XI) the image changes.  When I try to view it using the crystalreportsviewer in .NET it does not change the image.  I tried the refreshreport but still does not work.  How can I get the report to refresh and display the correct image?
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I resolved it using an XSD
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I got it to work with an XSD
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