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Hi,  I'm attempting to output a report into one  HTML page using the CrystalReportsInteractiveViewer. I don't want to display the toolbar to allow users to navigate pages.  When I set the .IsSeparatePages property to false sometimes I get a 'Catastrophic Error'.  Setting the property back to true produces no errors but of course this outputs to HTML one page at a time.  Does anyone have any ideas how I can get the HTML to output to one page? Or why sometimes I get 'Catastrophic Errors' and sometimes I don't.  I've included my viewer code for your information.

I'm beginning to pull my hair out so any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

---code----
        
' Create the Crystal Reports Interactive Viewer
Dim viewer
Set viewer = CreateObject("CrystalReports.CrystalReportInteractiveViewer")
with viewer
.Name = "Crystal Reports Interactive Viewer"
.IsOwnForm = True
.IsOwnPage = True
.IsDisplayGroupTree = FALSE
.HasToggleGroupTreeButton = FALSE
.EnableLogonPrompt = false
.IsBestFitPage = true
.IsDisplayToolbar = false
.HasHeaderArea = false
.HasViewList = false
End With
viewer.ReportSource = Session("oClientDoc").ReportSource
viewer.ProcessHttpRequest Request, Response, null
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by:ladylinet
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Did you download latest hotfix for RAS?
 
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Yes I did.
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by:TommyTupa
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I heard back from Business Objects and they think its a bug, so are submitting it to QA.  So for future reference for the experts this is how to duplicate the bug:

Environment: Crystal Developer 9.0 + Crystal RAS 9.0
Report: Set up any report with a database login and a subreport
HTML Viewer: Add .isseparatepages = false
Execution: Run the report in RAS.  If outputting to HTML error = 'Catastophic Failure'.  If outputting to PDF error = 'Login Failed'.
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Great that you found a solution, even if it is a bug.
 Close the question then, so more people will be able to see it...

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