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issue with cascading prompts in Crystal Reports 2008


I have created a cascading prompt Like (County->Region->City) using the Crystal Reports 2008, when i try to save it to the BO enterprise server i am not able to save it.infact i am getting an error message as 'failed to read the parameter object'.

So am i missing any settings to be configured in order tio resolev this error.

Please let me know how to resolve this issue so that i should be able to save the report to BO enterprise server without any issues with casacading prompts.

Best Regards,

Nanda Kishore.

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2012 at 01:25 PM

    Hi Nanda Kishore,

    This is because you do not have proper rights on Business View Manager. Whenever you create a dynamic parameter in crystal and try to save the report on BO, it creates a Business view automatically. Now in your case, it is unable to create a business view due to insufficient rights.

    Go in Business View Manager u2013 Repository exploreru2014You will find Dynamic Cascading Prompts folderu2014Right click on that and go in rights and add your user information and give full rights.

    Also make sure that your BO and CR designer on same version and patch level.



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