These options are maintained in the file Data Link_Use the button to open this User Manual as a pdf file.Use the button to access a dialog with Version (and system) information.The sample reports are named so that you know which version of the sample database is expected (8.5, 9, etc.) If you are opening a report in Visual CUT, you may wish to cut the time it takes to preview the report so you can get to the business of changing some settings.
If you are using Crystal 10, both the 9 as well as XI versions of VC will run your reports (just as Crystal 9 can run Crystal 10 reports).
Imagine your password to a data source used by 20 reports has changed.
Instead of previewing each of these reports just so that the new logging information is captured, use the Options dialog, Process tab, to ‘Change Stored Login Information’ for all reports.
Use Notepad to place the following command line in a batch (.bat) or command (.cmd) file: "c:\Program Files\Visual CUT 11\ised.exe" -regserver or, on a 64-bit machine: "c:\Program Files (x86)\Visual CUT 11\ised.exe" -regserver Right-click the batch file and select If you installed one version and then you decide to REMOVE it and install another version, be sure to first rename the old Visual file, since it is not identical across all versions.
To transfer settings from an old Visual to the new one, follow these steps: After starting Visual CUT, you would see the following screen: Use the button to browse for and open a report for the first time.
Message bodies and options (subject, From, To, cc, bcc, priority, attachments) can incorporate dynamic content from fields/formulas in the report (via a drag & drop user interface) and can be formatted as HTML. processing of Crystal reports using command line arguments. It can run all file versions, including 7, 8, 8.5, 9, 10, XI, 2008, 2011, and 2013.