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Error when preview/print stock counting sheet

Hi All.

A customer is trying to print the stock counting sheet for their stock take.

However when you try to preview or print the below error pops up:

I tried this on my demo database as well..same error. Customer is on SAP9.1 PL08. I am on the same version.

I even imported a layout No luck.

Does anyone have a standard SAP layout that works or could point me in the right direction as where to find one? will really appreciate it.

Thank you 😊


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    Posted on Nov 17, 2015 at 04:00 PM
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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2015 at 10:13 AM


    Open the Report in Crystal Report (Report Layout Designer --> Edit).

    Set Datasource location by right-click Database Expert.

    Once you successfully previewed at Crystal, you may SAVE to SAP.



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    • Former Member Balakumar Viswanathan

      I tried from the SAP server and the user from his pc.

      All the other crystal reports work. I will have to then create a new one for the stock counting screen?

      I am on SAP9.1 PL08 and so is the customer.

      Thank you.


  • Posted on Nov 10, 2015 at 06:34 AM

    Hi Lala,

    Please check below point

    1. One of the Field are not available in SAP B1, but you are use in Crystal reports or some formula fields.

    2. Delete the Temp folder files %temp% command in run.

    3. If Crystal Report are SQL query base then copy sql query then run in sql, check whether are run properly or not ?


    Kamlesh Naware

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