Hi all, I have installed SAP Crystal report for Visual Studio 2010 successfully on PC(.NET4.0, Windows Vista, Visual Studio Ultimate 2010). Now When I am going to add rpt file in my existing project, It automatically create .mht file and not .rpt file, that .mht file containing instructions and link to install SAP crystal report which I have installed already. Anyone can tell me, what I have to do to create an .rpt file to generate Crystal Report?

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Hi, Daniweb is a great website, i can find many articles that i need. Today i am working as SAP end-user, how about other users? Are you an SAP end-user? Regards, Kevin Edwards,

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I have recently gotten more involved in the logistics side of my employer’s activities and we use SAP for a large part of our CMS work (specifically, SAP by Design). We have hundreds of Sales Orders (SOs) in the system and they are spread out to 2016. I am now trying to find a way to track each order over its lifetime without having to baby-sit each one. For example, say a customer order is planned for delivery/installation around the week of May 16, 2014. I would like to configure reminders or alerts so that each step along the way …

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My application get crashed as soon as I attempt to see Crystal Report. Environment: Windows 7 CRRuntime_64bit_13_0_1.msi (SAP Crystal report installed) .NET 4.0 WPF Application Can anybody tell me whats should be the reason of crash and what to do?

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Hi guys... I am student of 3rd Year...Soon my final year will be started...I want you guys to suggest me some good and industry related databases project.. I want to use SAP instead of mysql and oracle in my Final Year Project...Actually i want to do project on databases along with web development and designing... I need some ideas about what kind of website should I develop and design in which I can use SAP. Thanks :)

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In a recent [URL="http://www.computerworld.com/pdfs/Novell_Replacement.pdf"]report[/URL] by ComputerWorld, Unix is losing major ground in the SAP data center space. HP-UX is losing at a rate of about 41% and AIX (IBM) is losing at a rate of 18%. And in the time period (roughly 2.5 years) between October 2005 through March 2008, Unix to Linux conversions almost doubled over the previous evaluation period (2001 - September 2005). So why is SAP bleeding Unix and patching the wounds with Linux? The number one reason is cost. The second most reported answer is vendor independence. Surprisingly, stability, processor type, and number of cores weren't …

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Trying, ever so hard, to find some good news amidst the doom and gloom on Wall Street. At least the market went up for a second straight session, with the DJIA up 400 points on Monday trading; that after rising 500 points last Friday. Investors seemed cautiously optimistic about the Federal Reserve/U.S. Government's plan to bail out Citicorp to the tune of $300 million. And one trader, perhaps suffering from a nasty case of irrational exuberance, thought that the stock market had finally found its bottom. I won't go that far, but two straight days of triple-digit gains on Wall …

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At mid-afternoon trading today the Dow was up 339 points and the NASDAQ is up 47 points. I’m a bit surprised because most of the economic news coming out today was negative. Housing prices are down, foreclosures are up, consumer confidence is at its lowest point in 35 years, and the White House has been reduced to begging banks that took part in the $700 billion bailout to stop hoarding the money they got from Uncle Sam. Fidelity Investments, Whirlpool and General Motors have all promised big layoffs, as well. Go figure. So we’re probably seeing some bargain hunting out …

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