9.05.701 now uses Crystal Reports for Visual Studio .NET 2010 runtimes. It's labeled in the Epicor documentation as Crystal Reports 2010 SP3 Runtime, but that's a little misleading because there is no Crystal Reports 2010, only 2008 and 2011.
These new runtimes appear to coincide with a Visual Studio version. also shows that an SP4 is out for this version.
I'm not sure what these means for the future of the Crystal Reports Designer/Developer. We don't currently have a copy of Visual Studio 2010, so if this means that there's a push to using VS to do report designing, there's an additional cost that we weren't expecting. Not cool.
Statistics: Posted by jason — Wed Oct 31, 2012 3:42 pm