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How to read and write a crystal report document

Posted on 2011-03-15
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Hi,

Can anyone tell me how to read the content from a crystal report's reportclientdocument and write to another.

Please provide some coding snippet.

Thanks
Rameshbabu
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by:mlmcc
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What are you trying to do?

Are you trying to read an RPT file?

There is a SAVE AS feature and you can export the report to Report Format.

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by:arjunarajan
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No. I am not trying to read an RPT file, I want to read data from a RCD document which is used to generate a report in any format like RPT, PDF, etc.

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I have never heard of an R CD document.  What tool c rreates it or uses it?

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by:arjunarajan
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RCD is an object of crystal report api which we will use for holding the report object. It is available in crystal sdk.
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FYI, RCD is a ReportClientDocument class's object
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Crystal saves reports in RPT files.

From my reading on the Crystal help forum, the RCD is an appliction interface to the report.
So are you trying to make a copy of an existing report?

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