Every time I open my Visual Studio (VB.NET) project I am prompted to Convert my Crystal Reports 2008 to the newest version. It Reads:
CRYSTAL REPORTS 2008
We have detected that your solution was created using an older or unknown version of Crystal Reports. You can convert it to Crystal Reports 2008. If you choose not to convert, some design time features may not work properly.
Right now everything works just fine. My deployment is a ClickOnce and changing any .dlls that subsequently have to be pushed to my 100 workstations makes be a bit nervous.
Anyone done this before? Any experience with the 'upgrade'?
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