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When reading the blogs, I often see people post the version number for their instance of Crystal Reports. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to know if their version is current with the latest service pack or not. I downloaded and installed the service packs and hot fixes of every version of Crystal Reports and documented the version numbers for each one. This chart makes it easy to see what is installed on your computer (or your user’s). You can also use it to see if the server has the same version as your development box.


(it’s times like this that makes VMWare worth every penny) 


To find the Crystal Reports version, click Help > About. 


Crystal Reports 2008
Service Pack 0
Fix Pack 1
Fix Pack 2
Service Pack 1
Fix Pack 1.1
Fix Pack 1.2
Crystal Reports XI (Release 1)
SP 3
SP 4
Crystal Reports XI (Release 2)
SP 1
SP 2
SP 3
SP 4
SP 5


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    1. Former Member Post author
      Glad to hear it! I have another cool idea for a post. I was hoping to do it this weekend till the flu hit me. Check my blog later this week and I think you’ll like it.
  1. Former Member
    Thanks for this, I have found out I am on SP0 when I thought I had installed an SP1 release :-((
    By the way a great help would be to post the links to the files as to be frank, finding them on the SAP downloads page is not easy, in fact it is not possible to find SP1 if you choose Crystal Reports, 2008 and Service packs as options in the ‘finder’ thingy.

    Cheers, Patrick.

  2. Former Member
    I’m really devastated and desperate for your help,
    I’m working on Visual Studio 2008 and it’s CryatlReportViewer is of version 10.5.37, I installed Crystal Report 2008 and still VS2008 didn’t change and also tried the Visaul studio Integration manager and the only option to chose is 10.5.37..please help

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