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CRAXDRT Error Occured on Server. ?

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Hi,

I am trying to run samples of crystal report of stored procedure parameters. When I try to run this message dialog box comes:
title: Crystal Reort Viewer
Msg: CRAXDRT Error Occured on Server. 438 : Object does not support this property or method

Can any body help me. I just want to pass a parmeter to stored procedure through asp page and crystal report.

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You don't mention which version of CR.

Look at the following.  The CR answer is you may have mixed versions of some of the web components.
http://support.businessobjects.com/library/kbase/articles/c2007892.asp


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Glad I could help

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