QReport and D2005

QReport and D2005

Post by Hershcu So » Thu, 23 Dec 2004 17:55:42

I saw the thread on the non-technical group and i'm more confused.
Is there any official anoucement about the backward compatability on D2005,
for those
who use qreport on older delphi version, like D7?

QReport and D2005

Post by vian » Tue, 04 Jan 2005 22:17:27

that's a good question...

maybe folks on team b can give us a hint.


QReport and D2005

Post by Chris B » Thu, 06 Jan 2005 23:53:20


I'm also wondering what happens to the QR objects. I have a project made with Delphi6 with about 60 reports made with QuickReport... Delphi2005 seems to have no QR objects! all removed... and the QuickReport.dcu in lib directory is not working (it misses another qr files)...

So, do we have to throw all our "old" reports and redo everything of is there some qr objects somewhere we can install?


QReport and D2005

Post by vian » Fri, 07 Jan 2005 05:49:05


in my company we are planning to upgrade our delhpi 6 to D2005. but we have at least 200 reports made in Quick Report 3.62. so we need to know how is the compatibility D2005 x Quick Report. please anybody on borland give us an official explanation.


QReport and D2005

Post by Kurt Bild » Sun, 09 Jan 2005 21:21:50

Hi Viana !

Well in Delphi 7 Quick Report (standard) was not enabled per default.
Borland did include Rave Report as the new standard reporting tool from
Delphi 7. If you have 2000 reports do you then still relay on the
standard version???

If not then email qbssoftware as all sales and support enquiries should
be sent by email to XXXX@XXXXX.COM . Then they can tell you when
Quick Report 4.x pro will be ready for Delphi 2005!


QReport and D2005

Post by Kurt Bild » Sun, 09 Jan 2005 21:32:36

Hi Chris !

Skipped as standard reporting tool from Delphi 7. The 3.5 standard
version is still available from http://www.yqcomputer.com/ , but only for
Delphi 7, 6 and 5.

I suggest that you go for the Pro version (given that it will be
available for Delphi 2005 !?!) to ensure you "investment" in Quick
Report or take the "long way home" and do a conversion to one of the
excellent reporting tools available for Delphi 2005(some of them even
have converters).

See this this ng for discussion on witch one to choose...