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Posted on 2002-05-19
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I am using the internet explorer to view my crystal report.
The problem i encounter is during i exporting to the excel file(*.xls), it promt my this error message.


CRAXDRT Error Occured on Server. -2147190908 : Failed to export the report.


Can somebody solve for me?

Thanks.
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