Last post Oct 05, 2013 04:08 AM by ewceniza
Feb 06, 2013 12:11 AM|LLahman|LINK
I have a Crystal Report on a .aspx page (running inside Visual Studio 2012) that uses a CrystalReportViewer and a CrystalReportSource that displays a very strange pattern on the screen instead of the report data when displaying in IE10.
(1) If I right-click and "Display Source..." the web page contents are present;
(2) If I export the report to a .pdf format, the report is displayed in .pdf format just fine;
(3) The Group Tree is present and properly filled in and can be used and the page selection mechansims work just fine as well -- it just never displays any report data (unless, as I said above, I export the file to any format).
(4) I cannot print from the Crystal Report window, but I can print from any exported format.
If I test the report/page under Safari, Firefox, or Chrome it displays just fine. This is obviously some kind of incompatibility with IE10, but does anyone know of a way to eliminate the problem?
Thanks in advance for any ideas!
Feb 09, 2013 03:09 AM|LouisGi|LINK
I'm facing EXACTLY the same issue! The weird thing is that few days ago this worked fine but I guess an update caused it cause I haven't changed a thing! Also it's not an issue with the report cause I've made a dummy report and this also gave me the same
If you resolved it please share the solution!
Oct 05, 2013 04:08 AM|ewceniza|LINK
Try this code
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=9,chrome=1" />