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CRPEngine&CRPEJob can't talk to Informix v9.21

Posted on 2001-08-16
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Hi folks,
I am using seagate crystal report v7.0
Please read the folloing code:

crpEngine->Open();
/* assuming I have a correct info in logoninfo struct */
crpEngine->LogOnServer("pdsodbc.dll", &logoninfo));

CRPEJob *job = crpEngine->OpenJob("C:\demo.rpt");
job -> start();  /* operation failed */
                 /* reason: cannot open SQL server */

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Above code works well with sybase and oracle. I does not work with Informix server. Did I miss anything???
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Try using PESetNthTableLogonInfo instead of LogOnServer.  I'm not a C programmer and cannot provide an example, but sometimes it is necessary to set the logon info for each table in the report.

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zollen

Did the suggestion work?  How about some feedback?

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