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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I remember having them in our previous Crystal non-MSM v8. That can be the problem of registering.

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I did copy it from a development PC. Then you are still in the dark about which “feature name” to select from the object lists. Former Member January 12, at If I install a crystal “distributable”, like the one linked above, and then install my project with all crystal stuff turned off in the installereverything works perfectly apart from exporting reports to rtf.

Hi Pedro, I know it is not right to reply to a 4 year old post, but that would probably show you how desperate I am for the solution of this problem: Friday, May 30, 9: It never worked on Windows Vista as well. If you have a report that runs fine, it will be a good base to get the details of all the required DLLs.


Or I would just be inclined to include CRPE32 as a component of its own target it to the [systemfolder] and see if that solves the problem.

deploying crystal reports – error in exporting to RTF & PDF

Remember that there are ANSI and Unicode versions of these files, but you should either have or be able to find a suitable merge frpe32.dll for them. Improperly shutting down your PC or getting a virus infection could corrupt the Crpe You can also click the [ ] image to hide the instructions as you proceed through crpe2.dll step.

Tuesday, July 15, 8: A Windows update wouldn’t have downgraded this file would it have?

Error detected by export DLL: An Object TREE of subcomponents with information about the modules displayed in the information window would be better design. Wednesday, June 11, 7: Does this hotfix help anyone with the PDF problem?

I have painfully discovered a process that corrects the problem. The strange thing is that it fails on some machines, but not on others. From the File menu, choose Export.


Ok so here’s a further breakdown with some more information; hoping it might help someone to come up with an answer The PDF file is actually created, but it is 0 kb and cannot be opened. We don’t include CRPE32 and don’t get any errors from the installed Crystal 9, though I note that the merge modules don’t put the files in the same place as the documentation says they should.

Please HELP! Export to PDF doesnt work under Windows XP SP3.

Making a smaller install file, ok, but do you want to deal with the DLL headache? Runnig up the report agai and trying to export I am still having no luck in seeing the option to export to PDF? You now have a backup of your Crpe Thus, these invalid DLL registry entries need to be repaired to fix the root of the problem.

Sorry not to be of much help. These files also depend upon ATL.

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