Crystal Reports and ASP 4.0 Framework

I have a Web Application (C#) that displays Crystal Reports. It has been created in VS 2008 and 3.5 Framework. We are swithcing now to VS 2010. Once switched, I have not been able to use 3.5 Framework since VS 2010 does not recognize Crystal Report references. This is a well known bug.
If I switch to 4.0 framework and run debug, I get a Java error from Crystal Viewer:
BOBJ is not defined. I have seen a problem like this in the solution library, but it has not worked for me.
Is there a way to use Crystal Reports 2008 Runtime with VS 2010?
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Mike McCrackenSenior ConsultantCommented:
Yes and no.  There is a VS2010 Crystal in beta.  It uses the VS2008 dlls until they release the final version.

See this link

josephdtsAuthor Commented:
This is not what I mean. It seems I can only add References to Crystal 2008 in GAC if I use 4.0 Framework.
See, for example,

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josephdtsAuthor Commented:
This is still an unresolved bug in VS 2010
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