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i have a programs that uses crystal reports on an odbc access database, everything runs fine until i try to exit the program after running 2 reports, if i run one report and close the programs closes fine, but if i run 2 reports and then close it, at the end before it unloads gives me a error 28 out of stack space error .

any ideas ????
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You're going to have to either put in a break point and step through the code when the app closes, put in pop up msgboxes to tell what is really executing or write to a log file.  Rather than shutting down, some event is repeatedly executing code until it chews up the stack space.  Depending on the event, it may not occur with break points in the develpment environment.  Msgboxes that basically just display the procedure name they are in may be your best course for figuring out what is going on.
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it is not a procedure chewing the stack because, i've done step by step the code and the error comes up on the unload script of the main form, BUT this only happens when 2 crystal reports have been created. SO it is not a recursive or procedure because it dose NOT happen whe only one report is created before exiting the program. Also the error only comes up at unload time, i can run the program all i want create and close all the crystal reports i want but when i exit the main form , BOOM error busts in. 28 out of stack space.
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