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Login to Crystal Reports Info View Programatically from .NET

Posted on 2010-09-14
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how to log on to InfoView .NET programmatically on my custom ASP .NET page (C#) and then transfer the user to InfoView without them having to type in the logon information.
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string username = "administrator";
            string password = "fhjjh";
            string server = "CMS1:6400";
            string auth_type = "secEnterprise";
// logon
            SessionMgr session_mgr = new SessionMgr();
            EnterpriseSession session = session_mgr.Logon(username, password, server, auth_type);
// get the serialized session
            string session_str = session.SerializedSession;
// pass the session to our custom bypass page on the CRS
            string url = "http://Server/InfoViewApp/transfer.aspx?session=";

            url += HttpUtility.UrlEncode(session_str);
            Response.Redirect(url);

The above code gives transport communication error
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