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Migrating from RAS9 to Crystal Reports Server XI R2

We are currently in the process of migrating to CRS XI R2 from RAS9 and have come across an error thrown by some reports that we have been unable to find an answer to. We receive this error...

<blockquote>ErrorLog 2008 10 8 8:53:31.284 3092 5816 (\servers\ras\dtsagent\cdtsagent.cpp:3191): CDTSagent::doOneRequest reqId=103: CSResultException thrown. ErrorSrc:"CRPE" FileName:"\servers\ras\dtsagent\reporthandler.cpp" LineNum:5383 ErrorCode:753 ErrorMsg:"Error in File C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\INInventorySummaryReportNew {81403A5C-B335-45F5-9480-F1E55CA7A23C}.rpt:

Failed to logon to the Crystal Report Object Repository." DetailedErrorMsg:""</blockquote>

...in our RAS log. We've looked through our reports and while removing an image in some may no longer prompt the error, in others that is not the case.

Another question I had was: what is the proper way of calling a report from RAS in XI R2? How does the addition of the Entprise featureset/CMS change things from version 9?

Thanks!

Jeff

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2008 at 04:00 PM

    My apologies -- this was meant to be entered in the Java Development forum.

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