Crystal/Oracle: Changing underlying schema name without rewriting report

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In Oracle, we have a single database with multiple schema names.  I have written Crystal reports (versions 7, 8.5) for one schema, but don't know how to copy them over to another schema without logging into that schema and starting from scratch.  It appears that the schema name is implicit, based on how I log in to Crystal. Am I missing something?  I know how to change the server name, but this is more subtle than that.  Thanks for your help.
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I have worked with Oracle but do not know what you mean by 'schema'?

Are you talking about shifting a report between databases?
Hi Joak.

I understand that you work on one only instance, and you have diverse outlines in that same instance.

If you want to execute reports in several outlines of the same instance, you should revise the users of DB and their permissions, since they are the users with those that carry out the connection and these users are assembled to the schemes.

I understand that the schemes are the skeleton of the instance, and that each outline has assembled to their boards, views and others objects, and the users that are assigned to that only outline they could see the objects of the scheme.
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