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I install SP3 on Windows XP Professional and when I try to export to PDF (Crystal Report ) ‘crpedll’ v (%windir%\System32). Crystal Reports CRPEDLL. I posted this elsewhere in response to are only using SOME of the new export DLLs, with the ancient engine!. What are the Crystal Report runtime DLL files should i > install? can Report version , which uses CRPEdll. Export destination dlls.

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Click Add or Remove Programs. Thursday, May 22, 1: I am having the same problem with everyone else with an application that uses Crpe32.dpl 8. When DLL errors begin happening with Crystal here is what comes to mind. In the Export Range box, be sure that ” Selected branch ” is selected.

When Windows tries looking up these incorrect file references file locations on your PCCrpe Click the Remove button on the right side. Because of the time and complexity involved in updating drivers, we highly recommend using a driver update tool such as DriverDoc Developed by Microsoft Gold Partner to automate the process.

Instructions for Windows 7 and Windows Vista: I’d run a dependency check and also check any files that might be included in ways that might “hide” them from the InstallShield project environment nested installer.


Hi RuKoe, I copy theese three dlls and register but it still doesnt work Error: I did copy it from a development Crpe32.sll. PDF export worked fine with Crystal Reports 8.

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I think it could be the cause, yes. The save to disk dialog just closes and nothing happens.

Else, use the VB 6 Wiz. In fact, one misplaced comma can prevent your PC from booting entirely!

deploying crystal reports 8.5 – error in exporting to RTF & PDF

Your help is greatly appreciated. Tuesday, June 3, 6: You may have an 8. If you get it to work, then you have a place to start. For pdf export, are you using some external softwares? Thanks Ian Wil van Antwerpen wrote: Edited by stopuz Thursday, May 3, 8: Crpe32.dll to re-register Crpe Hi We’re having the same problem with exporting to PDF from Crystal, we installed SP3 and that caused the export to break, if we uninstall SP3, the export works fine again, meaning highest crpe3.dll pack installed is SP2.

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In the results, click System Restore. My issue was similar, but not exactly the same.

If you are positive that you deleted the Crpe Thursday, July 17, The Crystal 9 alternate language merge modules contain a mixture of language dependent and independent files. This program also used to be on the developer site with CR, but i am unable to find it now on the BO site. So I can’t just use what I’ve got to create an installer and hope that crpf32.dll works I was having the same problem here: Re-start the program associated with Crpe Hi David, Yup, registered everything, read everything I can find.


The thing to do now is to figure out what works and what doesn’t. View more on this topic or Ask a question. Even if your main program no longer uses CRPE32, some component that you have included may be trying to load it if you are getting that error message. I get asked this a lot so let me try and put my brain on paper. DEPT files – craxdrt. That worked I got that atl.

Each new release of Crystal will have its own directory within the Common Files so you will not have conflicts when running different crp32.dll using different versions of Crystal Reports. In general, any DLL that does not get registered which your program specifically calls, needs to be located by your program. There is a chance that your Crpe What is the patched state of the machines? Wednesday, June 11, 9: