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Crystal Reports 10 Database Properties

Hi -

I have a Crystal Reports form that prints and previews fine - we have a 3rd party piece of software that sends the form electronically. During modifciation to the form the original Database Properties have been overwritten - is there any way to modify the database properties for what I need or are we to start over again?

Crystal 10 with Sage 4.3 product.

For Example the following Database Properties work:

Database Type: ODBC(RDO)

PreQEServerName: SOTAMAS90

UserID: XXX

Database: MAS 90 3-bitODBC Driver

etc.....

the Following doesn't work:

Database Type: ODBC(RDO)

Data Source Name: SOTAMAS90

User ID: XXX

Use DSN Default Properties: True

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2010 at 08:34 PM

    Hello,

    Sage and their MAS 90 product is an OEM Partner of ours. We don't know what their application is doing and it's not clear what you want to do, all you have said is that those settings you are using do not work.

    It is best if you contact Sage to help you with this, they may have some configuration property to allow you to alter the connection info or at least if they allow it.

    Thank you

    Don

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