Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. Check the rights of the user trying to access the SQL Server. Thus, I > doubt if anyone can tell you how to fix it. I searched dynamic_image folder and found it under c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\dynamic_images which is used by crystal report engine to store chart images. http://comscity.net/crystal-report/crystal-report-viewer-unspecified-error.html
If its zero records, then don't print the > > report. I'm thinking of ditching Crystal and going for Microsoft's Reporting Services which is basically free if you have at least a SQL 2000 server! Let's work to help developers, not make them feel stupid. Help me, codeproject friends, you're my only hope... http://forums.asp.net/t/245776.aspx?Fail+to+render+the+page
Is the Joker based on anything? Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Crystal Reports Viewer gives “Fail to render the page.” in a custom Sharepoint webpart when not logged in as admin up vote See below for details: http://www.businessobjects.com/news...crosoft_20040324.asp?ref=devzone_netzone_main If there's no long term support -- read into this: "timely" patches, updates, support, etc -- built in to the arrangement, then MS needs to look
elbanna 2-Sep-14 9:39am many thanks for you , I faced this problem over than one month , and just now reports working fine with me by your solution. I got this problem on Windows 2003. According to the information you posted, this appears to be a bug that Crystal is aware of. if BO is not going to support it the same as CR9/10, then MS needs to consider a different partner for the VS.NET reporting tool set.
Ron "mrwoopey" <> wrote in message news:... > Thank you for your feedback! > > I'm sick of Crystal! I was running my Crystal Reports app from IIS 5 on XP and it worked perfectly. Please post your solution. https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/8c76ec1f-5666-4b84-9831-81376adafeaf/fail-to-render-the-page-crystal-report-chart-page-within-aspnet?forum=vscrystalreports no support for CR.NET. > > While I can understand BO/CR wanting to promote/sell/support CR 9 and 10, > there MUST be an arrangement with Microsoft that they patch/fix/update > CR.NET
We have initial version installed on Production server where all report pages opening fine. Your Email This email is in use. HTH, Brian Bischof http://www.crystalreportsbook.com/123aspx.asp A Crystal Reports.NET book for programmers? While I can understand BO/CR wanting to promote/sell/support CR 9 and 10, there MUST be an arrangement with Microsoft that they patch/fix/update CR.NET (at least the 1.1/2003 version) in order for
Thus, I doubt if anyone can tell you how to fix it. Nov 19 '05 #8 This discussion thread is closed Start new discussion Replies have been disabled for this discussion. Also, Reporting Services is easier to develop than Crystal! However, I suggest that you do a query of your data prior to printing the report and see how many records are returned (SELECT COUNT(*)... ).
They posted a fix for CR 9, but not CR.NET. > Thus, > I > > > > doubt if anyone can tell you how to fix it. check over here Phin "Ron Fluegge" <> wrote in message news:<#>... > I'm hoping that someone from Microsoft is reading these postings and passing > back to MS management that getting CR support -- This is probably your best alternative. I searched dynamic_image folder and found it under c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\dynamic_images which is used by crystal report engine to store chart images.
asked 4 years ago viewed 1540 times active 4 years ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends in 3 days Related 3Crystal Reports images not visible in web viewer0Crystal Report I'm hoping that someone from Microsoft is reading these postings and passing back to MS management that getting CR support -- real support -- needs to be built into the agreement CR 9/10 is the money maker and > that's what they are focused on serving. his comment is here it's too bad. "Ron Fluegge"
CONTINUE READING Join & Write a Comment Already a member? In particular, any managed-code modules and handlers specified in the system.WebServer section of the Web.config file are ignored if the application is running in Classic mode.Dan 0 Likes 0 View this Phin Nov 18 '05 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 7 Replies P: n/a Brian Bischof According to the information you posted, this appears to be a bug that Crystal is
Of course, I've scoured the web, maybe left the right stone unturned, you know the drill. HTH, Brian Bischof Nov 18 '05 #3 P: n/a Brian Bischof this is a very valid comment. Ron "Brian Bischof"
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We are facing some issues when we deployed this application on windows 2008 server(IIS 7.0). Find console errors using dev. To post a fix for CR 9 and not CR.NET "says" a whole lot about the support that we're going to get in the future regardless of the "version". According to the information you posted, this appears to be a bug that Crystal is aware of.
but it solved. I browsed to the application and once again, the crystal report viewer would not work. Either way, you can correct the problem by making the following entry in your web.config file which takes priority over the machine.config file for it's corresponding web. This video shows you how.