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crystal 9.2 - removing "database"."dbo".... from a report Show SQL Query

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hi,
I have migrated reports from Crystal6 to crystal 9.2

When I view the queries it shows correct SQL that is without "databasename"."dbo" .
But when I change this query, say adding a sort order in this query, then automatically "databasename"."dbo" is prepended to all table names.

Any way to get rid of this info?

Aditya
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Teongkl's link should do it for you.

Good luck - from 6 to 9.2 is quite a jump!
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