Can a crystal report (ver 188.8.131.522) be deployed to visual studio 2008 ver 9.0.30729.1sp? I have found the MS documentation for 'Deploying Crystal Reports in .Net Apps' - to be confusing. We are a mostly SSRS shop with a much smaller nbr of crystal reports and are wondering if it's worth the effort to follow the MS instructions (if not impossible).
I also read that Crystal Reports for Visual Studio 2010 "is still available as add-on software". Does this insinuate that crystal can no longer be used with VS 2008?
My objective is to deploy crystal to Report Manager.
Any help you can provide to get me on the straight and narrow will be greatly appreciated!
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