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SAP Crystal Reports - Legacy SDKsWhere is this place located?All Places SAP Crystal Reports SAP Crystal Reports - Legacy SDKs 8 Replies Latest reply: Oct 13, 2009 10:03 PM by Kurtas BB Tweet Error crystal reports activex designer error printing 429 - ActiveX Component can't create object Kurtas BB Oct 6, 2009
Activex Error 429 Windows 77:55 PM Currently Being Moderated Hello, I have a VB Project that launches crystal reports (11.5 R2 SP4). activex error 429 windows 7 fix Everything works on the development machine. I have a Visual Studio 2008 Deployment Project which distributes the VB app with the Crystal Merge Modules, and it works 100%. Now I am activex error 429 windows 8 trying to migrate to using InstallShield 2010. I've selected to use the merge modules, and every other library my project uses. Everything works in my application except launching the Crystal Report. The error I get is in the subject of this topic. On the client, I see a bunch of crystal files that the merge module created, what could I be missing?
Error 429 Activex Component Can't Create Object Access Windows 78849Views Re: Error 429 - ActiveX Component can't create object Kurtas BB Oct 6, 2009 8:51 PM (in response to Kurtas BB) Currently Being Moderated I'm doubting its a crystal report error, just wondering if anyone as seen it before and what else I should look for.More info: My reports use XML Native Driver with an XSD file. Alert Moderator Like (0) Re: Error 429 - ActiveX Component can't create object Ludek Uher Oct 6, 2009 11:38 PM (in response to Kurtas BB) Currently Being Moderated The error, ActiveX Component can't create object, indicates that a com object referenced in the app is not registered for some reason. I'd concentrate on craxdrt.dll (or craxDDrt.dll if that is referenced) and crviewer.dll. As a test, manually register these and see if that helps. If that helps, it will be a matter of trying to figure out why the dlls do not register. On a box that gives the error, you may want to use the utility called Dependency Walker to see what it tells you re. dependencies. Dependency Walker can be downloaded from here:http://www.dependencywalker.com/Ludek Alert
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