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Quotation marks etc., in KB titles are interpreted as HEX(?)

Example:

1199438 - Error: "Error starting print job, please check your printer or network connection", "Method PrintOut failed" or "Unhandled exception"" when printing from a Report Designer Component application

In the Jive search comes up as (bolding to highlight the issue only):

SAP Note 1199438 - Error: "Error starting print job, please check your printer or network connection", "Method PrintOut failed" or "Unhandled exception"" when printing from a Report Designer Component application

other examples:

SAP Note 1219623 - Error: "Failed to load database information" on Windows 2000 in .NET 2003

SAP Note 1463678 - Error: "Failed to load database information. Details: The database DLL 'crdb_dao.dll' could not be loaded"

SAP Note 1594651 - CRVS2010 - Error: 'Failed To Load Database Information' when using XML file as datasource

SAP Note 1631283 - Error; 'Failed to load database information' when reporting off of file system data

SAP Note 1215794 - Err Msg: "Failed to load database information" when using classic ADO recordset

SAP Note 1326477 - Error "Failed To Load Database Information" when connecting to an XML file

SAP Note 1218178 - Error: "Logon failed" when connecting to Access database in .NET application

SAP Note 1218763 - Error: "Failed to open rowset" when changing data source in .NET application

is this a known issue?

- Ludek

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2012 at 04:19 PM

    Hi Ludek,

    yes, it is a known issue listed with ID SRCH-1943 in the SCN Known Issues List document.

    Best,

    Oliver

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