We are excited to announce that a brand new version of Logicity has been released, version 1.9, which includes the newest SAP runtimes, which includes new database support and support for the latest patch levels of Microsoft Windows.
Crystal Reports on the web or on a mobile device. It is one of those things that everyone wants and needs, yet deploying it is difficult, very expensive, or both.
Crystal Reports on a Mac. This one is even more of a unicorn. If there isn't a web delivery method available, then the typical solution is to install a Windows virtual machine on the Mac and you can run the reports from there. In other words, more and more hoops to jump through, both for IT and for the end user.
Well, all of that was true yesterday. But starting today, things are different.
Imagine the world where you don't need to install anything on the end user's system. Where it takes 15 minutes to deploy the entire system. Where it doesn't matter what the device is or what the operating system is. Where it doesn't matter if the user is inside or outside of your network. Where you centrally manage reports, and you can deploy a Crystal Report as quickly as it takes to copy a file. Where you have no web servers to maintain and no software to support.
Hello, new brave world. Let me introduce you to Bezlio for Crystal Reports!
You might have noticed we put a new coat of paint on the Logicity website this past week! We've been busy updating the back-end of the site for some time, but we finally had the opportunity to update the look and feel of the front-end. Gone are the dark grays and deep blues, instead, replaced with bright white and vivid shades of blue and updated branding that plays off the circles in our logo.
We are deploying Logicity to a lot of PCs in our environment. Is there a good way to include the license information with our SCCM install? We would love to find a way to install and configure Logicity with our license information, so the users don't need to have any interaction during the setup process.
Absolutely! Follow these simple steps.
Logicity uses the native runtimes that come straight from SAP Crystal Reports, which means that sometimes issues arise when using Logicity and Crystal Reports on the same machine.
We recently had a customer upgrade their Crystal Reports software from version 2008 to 2013. They received the following error when trying to run old RRD files.
Could NOT load the report.
Inner Exception: Error Application Server support Unable to load the crystal report file
They even tried to reinstall Logicity, but the problem didn't go away.
So what was the reason for this issue, and more importantly, what was the solution?