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.NET - Crystal Reports barcode prints properly on development PC but not on PC's in operations

I have developed an application in .NET and one of the Crystal Reports in the application has a barcode embedded in it.

Everything works as it should on my development machine, but when I try to print the report from another machine, I get an error.

If I remove the barcode from the report, it will print properly.

The VB.NET error that I am getting:
Unhandled exception has occurred in your application...
Error in file...

What am I missing? How do I get this to work properly?

Operating System: Windows

Application: Visual Studio, Crystal Reports, VB, C#, .Net

05-13-13     2406 day(s) ago    

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James

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Typically, a Crystal Reports DLL error is encountered when a reports developer no longer uses certain fields on a report and fails to realize those fields are defined formulas in the application- still active and dependent on their respective DLLs.

When creating formula fields using the additional functions involving UFLs, it is important to include the associated DLLs in the project.

The resulting errors may prevent the entire report from printing.

IDAutomation recommends the removal of fields that are no longer being used or the inclusion of the respective DLLs.

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