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Posted on 1999-01-08
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I'm calling Crystal Reports from VB and setting up various
properties like .SelectFormula, .SortField etc. If the value
of these statements is wrong (e.g. I mispell a column name)
no report is created but I dont get an Error Message. Is
there an Error Log stored somewhere or some option in Crystal Reports to log these errors ?
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Question by:eryan
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try to put this after the commandReport.action=1

if   commandReport.LastErrorNumber > 0 then
   msgbox commandReport.LastErrorString
end if

where commandReport is the CR activeX

hope this works

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by:eryan
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Cheers, sorry about the delay in getting back to you.
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by:Inteqam
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IT IS OK , GLAD IT WORX

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