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Print Control(Crystal report): Crystal Print Control(Crystal report)
Hopefully this post helps anyone else facing the same problem. Set the print mode to Pdf and be done with it. I'm saying to avoid it altogether and make ALL broswers use Pdf mode.
Maybe I misunderstood what you are saying, but even though I may have reports with a PrintMode of ActiveX, I can still use other browsers. I've tried manually installing the ActiveX control from the correct. I've tried checking the ActiveX settings on Internet Explorer 8, and none of them should be a problem everything is either set to allow or prompt.
I know this question is old, but I thought I'd chime in just in case someone else has this problem. Crystal Reports print control Active X install This question is answered.
Crystal Reports Print Control
Joel B xontrol 5 It is being viewed in Internet Explorer 8. I had to do the same with the 'crystalreportviewers' folder from my x86 SAP folder under 'C: Does anyone know if admin rights are needed when installing the ActiveX component of the print control? Notify me of new comments via email. Email required Address never made public. Well, here's what I did in order to get things to work. Steps for manual installation are as under: The report data source is being set by a call to a WCF service.
Printing Crystal Reports from a Crystal Reports Viewer (ActiveX, gpysports.org) - Stack Overflow
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here The error is happening in the dynamically created code for the page - not something that I have written. If I do this, and prinnt the print button on the report viewer I get the following error: The data being passed into the report is fine.
If I wait, nothing happens. While working reportss crystal reports you must reinitialize the report and its login and datasource, parameters etc in each request post back or no postback does not matter before sending out the response. I think you are not reinitializing crydtal postback requests hence the error.
Stuff the entire ReportDocument into the session. Microsoft JScript runtime error: I have seem workstations that can and cannot install it with and without admin rights.
Crystal Reports Print Control not installing
Net web application is using. This is what it looks like in the rreports source:. There are two possible solutions to this issue Solution 1: Well, I took a look again at a simpler report and managed to get it working. Correct, other non-activeX browsers will use Pdf mode even if it's set to ActiveX mode.