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Remapping Crystal Reports Temp directory

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When a crystal report is generated, a dynamic copy of the report is generated in the temp folder of a user profile...is there a way to redirect where Crystal Reports puts these files?
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You could export the report with data to another report file.

I checked the registry to see if it was stored there and it doesn't seem to be.
I don't think you can change the directory it uses though you could change the user's temp directory and the report should then generate there.

How are you calling reports?

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