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Are there known issues with Crystal 2008 Runtime SP5?

After upgrading to Crystal 2008 Runtime SP5 (12.5.0.1190) some reports began failing to render. We found that all the reports that failed to render were being passes multiple active data tables as main table which were being joined within the RPT file. Downgrading back to SP2 (12.0.0.840) got them to work properly again. Has anyone else reported this issue. I have an example RPT file which renders with SP2 but not SP5.

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2013 at 11:17 AM

    Hi Daniel,


    Could you test this with CR 2008 SP6 also?

    Sp6 is available for download at service.sap.com. You would need your S user id to log in.

    -Bhushan

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2013 at 04:16 PM

    Please provide more information re:

    multiple active data tables as main table which were being joined within the RPT file.

    Just as a by the by, SP 6 link is below. I don't think SP 6 will help, but try anyhow. More info on the above will be useful though.

    https://share.sap.com/a:328ro3/MyAttachments/911b52d4-c775-44ef-a328-dc232523f934/

    Also, define "failed to render". Errors? Behavior? Symptoms?

    - Ludek

    Senior Support Engineer AGS Product Support, Global Support Center Canada

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