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Error 'UFL u25azalea.dll is missing' running Crystal rpt

Error 'UFL u25azalea.dll that implements this function is missing' running Crystal rpt that uses barcode font Code39Azalea. I have a customer that is running Business One 8.8 with Crystal. We can run the report from the server w/o a problem. We tried installing the font Code39Azalea on the users PC, but still get the error. Where does this u25azalea.dll belong? Can I just copy the one on the server to the users PC? If so, what directory? Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Sep 01, 2010 at 01:40 PM

    If you can find UFL u25azalea.dll on the server, you may check what directory it is in. Then copy to the equivalent folder on your PC. If there is no equivalent, that might be the problem.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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    • Hi Pat,

      In the Business Objects the dll is there and when I make a preview in the Crystal reports the barcodes are shown in the screen.

      When I run from a client, I get the message "u25azalea.dll that implements this function is missing".

      Did you solve this problem?

      How did you solved it?

      Thank you in advance

      Regards,

      Augusto

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    Posted on Jun 26, 2014 at 05:37 PM

    I'm having this issue on my server, works fine in Crystal but gives me an error in B1.

    Any ideas? A specific path that needs the dll?

    Thank you

    Br

    Anders

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