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infoview error

Hi all,

I have created a urliView to open the infoview. i have passed the specific parameters to open the public folder in infoview. I am able to run the iview to open the public folder only when I delete the temporary interner files from the browser.

If I do not delete the temporary internet files I am getting the error as "Object doesn't support this property or method' error.

Can any one please help me on how to fix this issue?

Thanks in Advance,


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    Posted on Dec 21, 2008 at 03:39 PM

    Hello Gopi,

    I recommend to post this query to the [.NET Development - BusinessObjects Enterprise forum|.NET SDK Application Development;.

    This forum is dedicated to development and deployment of .Net applications that connect and interact with BusinessObjects Enterprise, BusinessObjects Edge, or Crystal Reports Server. This includes the development of applications using the BusinessObjects Enterprise, Report Application Server, Report Engine, and Web Services SDKs.

    It is monitored by qualified technicians and you will get a faster response there.

    Also, all BOE - .NET Development queries remain in one place and thus can be easily searched in one place.

    Thank you,


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