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sql statement add an "N" literal wher reporting trough oracle 10g and lib eclipse

<p>the same select created with crystal report 9 and oracle 8.04 with crystal report XI and oracle 10G have some difference. In the crystal report XI the statement contains an &#39;N&#39; literal that should not be there.</p><p>I have used the Service pack 1 of Business Object XI r2 on the server and here i haven&#39;t problem.</p><p>When I use the same report throught an applet with the CRXI library&#39;s I have the problem of "N" literal</p><p>I work with Eclipse, java, CRXI, and oracle10g</p>

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2007 at 07:51 PM

    JRC/Crystal Report XI generated SQL automatically add an "N" literal in front of some values which can not even execute in the SQL*Plus.

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