I mean i design a report in Crystal Report 9 and i want to call it from VB6.If u have any. Dim crystlRpt As CRAXDDRT.Report Dim strRoutID, strSQL As String. Nov 19, 2007 VB6 and Crystal Reports 9. Visual Basic 4 / 5 / 6 Forums on Bytes.
I have a program that is written and complied in vb6 and uses crystal reports version 126.96.36.199. I am connecting to a SQL 2005 database and using the Crystal Report Viewer for the reports.
Everything is written in an XP environment and has been running in XP for years with no problems. I recently received a request to run on Windows 7 32 bit. I modified the install and things have gone well with VB6 and SQL 2005, but Crystal Reports is giving the following error Run-time error ‘- (80047288)’ Server has not yet been opened. I know the database connection is open and fine, because VB6 is able to fill drop down boxes with information from the database.
My development computer is setup with 2 hard drives. One boots to XP and the other boots to windows 7 64 bit. Install windows media player visualizations plenoptic camera. When I run the program that has been installed on the Windows 7 drive from the XP drive everything works fine. (example: from the c: drive of XP move to D: drive that is Windows 7 and run the program.
) If the same program is connected to an Access database in the Windows 7 environment, there is no problem with the reports. I hope there is an easy fix for this. For another problem. On windows 7 64 bit I am unable to install SQL 2005 32 bit. It errors out with not being able to connect to the database during the install. If I cannot install the 32 bit SQL 2005 on Windows 2005 how can I setup a connection string that would see the SQL server I have on the XP drive from the Windows 7 drive. Is this possible.
I am a developer and know I am going to be facing these questions a lot in the future. Auto tune efx dll cracker. My clients are slow to change operating systems and definitely to change program platforms. Thanks ahead for your answers to my problems Suzanne Lechner.