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QuestionFull path Crystal report on client server in c# Pin
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Crystal Reports runs on the server, as does all your C# code: it has no direct access to the client filesystem at all - for the obvious security reasons - and cannot in any way access client folders.

If you are trying to access report files which are located on the server, then they must be in a folder that is available to the process running your code - which for a web-based app is not your user, it's a special user that runs IIS for example.
Additionally, the EXE file current folder is probably located (in production at least) in the Program Files folder, which is write protected by default, again for security - so it's very unlikely that a report file will be of any use unless it is store in a "sensible" location.

Start by working out what generates the report, and where exactly it stores it relative to the code that tries to read it. Then you can start working on where it should be stored so that it is accessible to client and server.
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QuestionWPF Filtering DataGrid causes UI Freeze Pin
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QuestionWMI Connection to Remote PC with ManegementScope too slow(8-10 seconds). The WMI Query itself is OK (under 1 second) Pin
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Questionnewbie using a game to learn c# and object-oriented programming Could I make an abstract factory to merge the other factories in a game? Pin
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