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Crystal Reports and Out of Stack Space

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I have two crystal report controls in VB application which report to the screen. I may use one of them without any problems but if I use both of them I receive an "out of stack space error". (VB4)
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hmmm... Out of stack space is almost always generated as the result of a nesting problem.  Either one control causes an event in the other that in turn causes an event back in the first… OR… one of the controls causes an event from within the event - causing event calls to endlessly accumulate on the stack until there is no more space available.
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