I echo Keith's question. Now that Visual Studio 2012 has been released, what's the roadmap for availability of Crystal Reports for Visual Studio 2012? My company is investigating when to move from Visual Studio 2010 to 2012, and availability of CR for VS2012 is a vital part of that process.
Unfortunately we can’t say specifically when we will support it until the date has been finalized, and I do assume we are working on it. And yes we are also working on fully supporting windows 8 and again no details, just assuming.
Sorry we can't be more specific at this time....
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How can I use my report designed in Crystall Report 2011, in project which in build in Framework 4.0, but I open with Visual Studio 2012.
I have search in forums, that crystal report is not yet developed for VS2012.
My question is how to use my reports and to re-design them in Visual Studio 2012, but using Framework 4.0.
You can't. You can use the runtime but installing won't integrate into the IDE. Any problems with the runtime though and nothing we can do until Service Pack 5 is officially released.
For now all I can suggest is you download the trial verion of CR 2011 and install it onto a VM-ware image, you'll have a month to use it then the keycode will expire.
Found a blog post on this... Late Q4 2012
Any further update on this?
We, too, really need to be able to use Visual Studio 2012 but cannot upgrade due to the non-availability of the crystal reports package allowing us to use our reports developed in crystal for earlier versions of .net within visual studio 2012?
Are there now 'beta' releases available of this new package?
No timelines whatsoever?
It may be time to start thinking of changing to SSRS reporting if Crystal is going to be so far behind new releases of visual studio.
Go to the Overview Tab, see this:
The document was updated about 4 weeks ago. Sorry, no changes since then.