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I have a few hundred Crystal Reports.  I need to change the datasource location on all of these reports.  Is there any way to do a mass change on all of the reports without loading, changing, and re-saving each of them one at a time?
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This may do the trick for you:
http://www.r-tag.com/Pages/CRDataSource.aspx
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There are several 3rd-party tools that can do what you want.

A good list of the tools can be found at Ken Hamady's site
http://www.kenhamady.com/bookmarks.html#doc

Ken has also done an evaluation of the tools and updates it once a year.
http://kenhamady.com/cru/comparisons/rpt-management-utilities

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