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Hide the page ask for username & password

Posted on 2002-05-20
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Sometimes when I click on the link to crystal report, it will show the page stated that:

"The Web Component Server could not log you on the APS. Please re-enter your user name and password"

How to hide this page?

I'm still new with CR. I'm sorry if there's a similar problem and has been answered before. Maybe i missed that one.

And last but not least, can anyone teach me how to lock the question after I get the answer?

Thanks in advance.
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Where are you clicking?  Are you trying to call a report from VB?

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I'm calling the report from ASP.
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