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Invalid char error when attempting to run command

Hello, We are working on a register polling issue and are trying to complete a report to allow us to identify unpolled registers.

The query below was developed and runs fine against our oracle db, however it is not running due to an unknown invalid character in crystal reports.

Can anyone tell me what character here is not supported by crystal reports, or how to best work around that?

SELECT store,org_name_full, register_num,grp_dt,MIN(dates) , MAX(dates)

FROM (SELECT DISTINCT rpt.store,rpt.org_name_full, rpt.register_num, dates,

dates- ROW_NUMBER() OVER(ORDER BY store,org_name_full, rpt.register_num, dates) grp_dt

FROM (SELECT DISTINCT org.org_lvl_number store,

org.org_name_full,

r.register_num,

cal_d.dates,

org.org_lvl_child

FROM cshregee r,

orgmstee org,

hud_stores str,

(SELECT trunc(sysdate,'MM') + level - 1 dates

FROM dual

CONNECT BY LEVEL <= SYSDATE - trunc(sysdate,'MM')+ 1

ORDER BY LEVEL) cal_d

WHERE org.org_lvl_child = r.org_lvl_child(+)

AND org.org_lvl_number = str.store_num) rpt,

cshdy1ee d

WHERE d.org_lvl_child(+) = rpt.org_lvl_child

AND d.register_num(+) = rpt.register_num

AND d.sales_date(+) = rpt.dates

AND d.sales_date is NULL )

GROUP BY store,org_name_full, register_num,grp_dt

HAVING MAX(dates) - MIN (DATES) > 3

ORDER BY STORE, register_num;

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    Posted on Sep 16, 2016 at 03:52 PM

    Take the semi-colon off the end of the command.

    Also, you might want to look at my blog post for more information about how to use commands correctly. It's here: Best Practices When Using Commands with Crystal Reports

    -Dell

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