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hi i m working on crystal report 2010 and .net4.0,In my crystal report i have an image which can be seen of the development server when crystal report loaded but when i run the same report on production server ,the image do not get loaded but a "x" sign comes at image postion.How can resolve this problem ?
Thanks in advance.
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by:GJParker
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How are you adding teh image to the report ?

If the imgae is using a file path to load the image at run time then make sure the account you are using to run the report has access to that location.
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Thanks i have shot it out .
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I did resolved it myuself
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That is not a useful solution from the EE perspective.  

Unless you want to post the solution, this question should be deleted.

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