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Login Failed... after I save the report for x reason


Very strange, I have a small application that open and run a crystal report XI and this Windev program (like VB) will modify the report value connection to SQL with the setlogOnInfo... at this point everythings is good and work correctly but if I open the report with Crystal and just do a small modification like move a text and save the report the application will show me a Login Failed?? I have to copy back a backup to make the application work again... and if a try the report in crystal not error ?

I have the same error if a create a new report and try to make the programm use it

the program is very simple:

Oreport = pautOappli>>OpenReport (fCurrentDir()+"\Item.rpt")

FOR i = 1 TO Oreport>>Database>>tables>>count



AX_ActiveX>>ReportSource = Oreport


Wow! I just did a test on an other computer that have Crystal XI and create a new report like I done on my computer before and copy this report on my computer and it's working with the application but not if I open it with my crystal and save it

Edited by: AlainC on Aug 23, 2011 4:56 PM

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2011 at 05:50 PM


    Dev tool are you using? I don't recognize that syntax...

    What version and what report engine are you using, OCX, crpe32, craxdrt ( RDC ) or .NET


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