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Can Crystal Reports XI R2 read a BO 6.5 Universe?  If so, How do I bind them?

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Can Crystal Reports XI R2 read a BO 6.5 Universe?  If so, How do I bind them?
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You can only use a Universe as a datasource in Crystal starting in XI.  I don't believe you can connect to a Universe in an earlier version of Business Objects.
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Thanks much
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