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Visual Studio 2010 crashes when modifying converted Crystal Report

Posted on 2010-11-16
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I have some Crystal Reports that were converted for use in VS 2010 from an earlier version (I'm not sure what that version was).

After making some changes, I save the report. It says it saved but is still marked as unsaved. If I do a Save All, VS crashes.

Fortunately, I can open the reports in VS 2008 and work with them there. Any idea what's going on with VS 2010?
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Is this the beta version of crystal for VS 2010 you have installed (or is the full version now out - due sometime in november).

If it is the beta version then that could be the problem.
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by:BlearyEye
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beta ... couldn't find any info on full version release.
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As far as I know the release version is due this month.  This may well be a problem with using a beta version.
As you can still work on the reports in VS 2008 I'd be tempted to just ignore it for now - it would be annoying for you to be chasing down a bug which is already fixed.
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