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Problem with 'B1 Tables' in Crystal Report

Hello all,

In Crystal reports, when selecting database for My reports I cannot use the entry 'B1 Tables', the one that displays using the hierarchy sorted like the Business One menu. When I try to expend it, Crystal reports stops working and creates the following event message:

Faulting application crw32.exe, version 12.1.3.1028, time stamp 0x4991a897, faulting module crdb_b1.dll, version 8.80.228.0, time stamp 0x4bb3a8fe, exception code 0xc0000409, fault offset 0x000023e9, process id 0x16a8, application start time 0x01caec1ad0067bc8.

I am using Business one 8.8 PL09 and Crystal reports Basic 2008 for Business One (version 12.1.3.1028) and the fixpack_03

The only other option is to select tables directly from the dbo.Tables which gets the long list

Thanks for your ideas

Marc

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    Posted on Jun 04, 2010 at 12:41 PM

    Hi

    I have the same pbm.

    Sometimes it also crashes when i want to define a new datasource.

    I've downloaded and apply the SP3 for Crystal (release 26 May) : no change so far.

    Other ideas ?

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2011 at 10:27 AM

    Hi,

    I have the same problem : once I have created an SAP Business One connection in Database Expert, I cannot display the list of tables, and it throws me a failure application error (crw32.exe) and close CR.

    Did you find a solution to this problem ?

    I'm using CR 2008 SP3 (trial version), Business One 8.8, Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and Windws XP Pro SP3.

    Thanks,

    Charly

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