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Can't disallow editing if the parameter doesn't contain more than one defau

I have a .NET application that displays Crystal Reports using the .NET Crystal Report viewer control. Dor some reason, this one person keeps getting an error when they run a particular report. The error is

Can't disallow editing if the parameter doesn't contain more than one defauly value.

I have looked all over this report and cannot find anything different about it. This error message does not bring back any results on any of the search engines. I don't know why it thinks I am disallowing anything. All I am doing is displaying the report in the viewer.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 07:43 PM

    What version of Crystal Reports?

    What development language and version?

    Win or web app?

    Ludek

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    • Just one note to clarify the issue also...

      Note sure if you type your code in or did a copy/paste but did you notice your year is 20008?

      ParameterDiscreteValue crystalDiscreteValue = Convert.ToDateTime("2/2/20008 4:00:00 AM");

      I believe that would put the value outside of a valid range....

      Thanks for the update... and solution you found.

      Don

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 12:56 AM

    I resolved the issue.

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