Switch the report type to PDF. Thank you very much. So if it is not related to rights issue, what could cause ActiveX to not install?
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Email required Address never made public. Also, a lot of times the user opts to install it, but it never did. I've tried manually installing the ActiveX control from the correct.
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Or if there are not to many PC's to do it may be quicker for someone with admin right log in and and them There are several dynamic images in the report, but all of them are being displayed correctly when viewing the ctystal.
I think you are not reinitializing during postback requests hence the error. Yes, the user will need admin rights.
So please make sure you are logged in to the PC with the admin account and then try installing the ActiveX component. There is no prompt to install an ActiveX repofts, and nothing pops up allowing me to select a printer of which I know several are installed. The report appears fine when viewing the report. Make sure that you enter the correct name and file path After registration, a message will appear telling you registration was successful.
Again, the report displays just fine, showing all content like it should.
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Switch the report type to PDF. However, if it is not related to rights issue, please try alternate solution stated below.
By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Well, I took a look again at a simpler report and managed to get it working. So if it is not related to rfports issue, what could cause ActiveX to not install? It will depend on what Windows version you have. The settings for the application pool in IIS on the other server are set to allow 32 bit applications.
If I do prijt, and click the print button on the report viewer I get the following error: Sign up using Facebook. I found this page had a number of options for problems that I think are very similar to yours.
I've installed the latest Crystal Reports service pack service pack 3. Thank you very much.
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This made no difference in any of the scenarios. The error is happening in the dynamically created code for the page - not something that I have written. This also has had no effect. If I wait, nothing happens.
If reporhs can't then the other suggestion of getting the IT department to push them out under an Admin account is the other option. The message will inform you that the file has been placed in the Windows Registry.