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.NET Infoview exporting report to Excel issues

Crystal Report 2008 - Version 12.4.0.996

Business Objects 3.1- version 12.5.0.1190

Infoview.NET - IIS V6.0

Microssoft Excel 2003 SP3

We have a Crystal Report which is causing various users issues when exporting the data to excel and either opening/saving via infoview. Athough the errors do not happen all the time only on certain instances of the report and we are recieving various error messages like the below.

Mozilla Firefox:

C:\Users\CHRIST~1\AppData\Local\Temp\DKGkUMll.xls.part could not be saved, because the source file could not be read.

Try again later, or contact the server administrator.

Microsoft Excel message:

The document is corrupt and cannot be opened. To try and repair it, use the Open and Repair command in the open dialog (File Menu) and select extract data when promted.

Microsoft Excel mesage:

Cannot acces 'filename.xls'

Windows Internet Explorer:

Unable to download view.aspx from bo.fredolsen.local

The connection with the server was reset

Any help would be appreciated.

Regards,

Chris Wheaton

Edited by: Chris Wheaten on Feb 6, 2012 5:45 PM

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  • Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 06:28 PM

    Moved to BOE Admin forum - I assume the reports works fine in CR Designer.

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