RE: operation not yet implemented error

      I am using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Professional Edition on a machine running Windows 7 ultimate edition. I installed SAP Crystal Reports, version for Visual Studio 2010 and 64-bit SAP Crystal Reports runtime engine for .NET framework 4. Afterwards, I made a sample report rptUserList.rpt that showed data from a SQL Sever 2008 table. The report displayed accurately in crystal report viewer on Windows 7 machine. Then I installed 64-bit SAP Crystal Reports runtime engine for .NET framework 4 on server machine running windows server 2012 R2. However, when I deployed the report on server, it showed the following error:

      Error:

      Not implemented. Error in File rptUserList {}.rpt: Operation not yet implemented.

      I am deploying the files on server using the Publish Web Site option of Visual Studio 2010. This option creates a folder of compiled files that I copy on the application folder on the server.

      Hi Aziz,   First, you did not integrate CR for VS into VS. READ the download page   SAP Crystal Reports, developer version for Microsoft Visual Studio: Updates & Runtime Downloads   Please note: To integrate "SAP Crystal Reports, developer version for Microsoft Visual Studio" you must run the Install Executable. Running the MSI will not fully integrate Crystal Reports into VS. MSI files by definition are for runtime distribution only.   Fix your install first, uninstall both 32 and 64 bit MSI's. Then run the first LINK which is an EXE to install into Visual Studio, it also prompts…

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        Hi Aziz,

         

        First, you did not integrate CR for VS into VS. READ the download page

         

        SAP Crystal Reports, developer version for Microsoft Visual Studio: Updates & Runtime Downloads

         

        Please note: To integrate “SAP Crystal Reports, developer version for Microsoft Visual Studio” you must run the Install Executable. Running the MSI will not fully integrate Crystal Reports into VS. MSI files by definition are for runtime distribution only.

         

        Fix your install first, uninstall both 32 and 64 bit MSI’s. Then run the first LINK which is an EXE to install into Visual Studio, it also prompts you to install the 64 bit runtime.

         

        Second issue is you are using the original release we are up to SP 17 and SP 18 is due out this week also.

         

        In the project properties you can use IIS or the default IISExpress to test in VS. Although not sure how to start IISExpress in 64 bit mode. If you are using IIS then set the App Pool 32 bit to false:

         

         

        On the download page also note what SP Windows 2012 server is supported.

         

        Once you upgrade to SP 17 or 18 then all should work.

        Use Fiddler to check security settings also, you will likely get other errors because IIS does not have access to the Viewer folder.

         

        Other common issue is you need to use Sessions and PostBack to keep the report in scope as well as the CR code MUST be in the Page_Init section. See KBA 1215387 for how to.

         

        Don

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