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Crystal Data Consumer - Flash Data Expert Max Columns

I'm embedding a .swf into a Crystal Report and using the Crystal Data Consumer Connection in Xcelsius to pull data into my Xcelsius model. In the Crystal Flash Data Expert window, I'm able to create a crosstab with up to 11 columns, but when a 12th is added, the data from the Crystal report does not port to the .swf file. Even when I add columns manually one by one, data ports fine to the .swf until I get to the 12th. When the 12th is added, the flash object no longer pulls data from the crystal report. Could there be a max of 11 columns? That seems like a small number.

We are on 3.1 service pack 3. Crystal Reports version 12.3.0.601

Does anyone know if there is a max number of columns allowed in a crosstab in the Crystal Flash Data Expert? Or has anyone else run into this issue?

Thanks!

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 08:58 AM

    Hi Daniel,

    In the Xcelsius that you have created (SWF), please check the number of rows/columns that you have selected.Please select more than 11 in the Xcelsius and select Ignore End Blanks and try to embed the swf in CR. Hope this helps you.

    Thanks!

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