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Crystal Report Error under vs 2005

Former Member
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Hi,

I shifted my machine from windows 32 to windows 64 bit.

I install VS 2005 & Crystal Reportfor .Net framework (x86)

now when am running my application which is developed in 32 bit os, it gives me error.

"NewGenerator' no suitable method found to override

&

"FullResourceName' no suitable method found to override

Any suggestion would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Zoeb

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former_member183750
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"when I am running my application "

What is the app doing when you get the error message?

Is this on your Dev computer or a deployed computer?

What happens if you try a bran new test app?

Ludek

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Former Member
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I am getting this error while debugging my application.

Yes this is on Dev computer.

I migrate my application from 32 bit os to 64 bit os.

It works fine in 32 bit os.

Thanks,

Zoeb

former_member183750
Active Contributor
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OK, but where does Crystal Reports enter the picture?

- Ludek

Former Member
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Hi Ludek

I am able to resolve the below error by changing the setting "Any Cpu" to "x86" in Active Solution Platform of Configuration Manager

("NewGenerator' no suitable method found to override

&

"FullResourceName' no suitable method found to override.)

But now when I debug the application and click on Report Preview command, it shows a following error.

An error has occured while attempting to load the Crystal Reports runtime.

..

Please install the appropriate Crystal Reports redistributable.

Currently I have Credist(x86) installed on my 64 bit machine, do we need to install any other version too?

Thanks

Zoeb

former_member183750
Active Contributor
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Compiling to "Any CPU" and running the app on a 64 bit box requires that 64 bit CR runtime be installed. Couple of ways of doing it;

1) Do a repair on CR 10.5 ensuring 64 bit runtime is installed (I do not remeber the detail of what this would look like - prompts, etc., etc.)

2) The other way would be to simply install the 64 bit MSI:

[CRRedist2008_ia64.msi|https://smpdl.sap-ag.de/~sapidp/012002523100006255262008E/CRRedist2008_ia64.zip]

[CRRedist2008_x64.msi|https://smpdl.sap-ag.de/~sapidp/012002523100006255272008E/CRRedist2008_x64.zip]

- Ludek

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