The folks at ReCrystallize have recently released version 14 of ReCrystallize Pro. For those of you who are not familiar with ReCrystallize, it is a low cost way to put your reports on the web. Walk through a wizard and ReCrystallize will generate ASP or ASP.NET web pages that are designed to run your reports. You can read more about it in my comparison of server based deployment options. With version 14 there are two significant changes.
1) It now supports the newest version of Crystal Reports (2011). This means you can do dynamic and cascading parameters and you can change parameter values without changing web pages or in some cases without even refreshing the report.
2) It now supports ASP.Net which means it works better with the current browsers and current versions of Windows and IIS. It also means that the user’s browser doesn’t need to download anything.
Note that they still support classic ASP and most older versions of CR. See their web site for more details.