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Database Error with Crystal Reports 8.5 Dev / ASP, accessing an Oracle DB

Posted on 2004-09-10
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The message

     " Error Occurred Reading Records: Physical database not found. "

appears in the Browser when accessing a Report connected to a Oracle DB.

Partial Success:
- Opening the same Report on the same PC with the CR Tool.
- Opening the same Report on a ASP Installation other PC installed by a external company.

Failures:
- Reinstalling CR after the Oracle Installation
- Changing from ODBC to native CR Driver
- Using LogOnServer instead of SetLogOnInfo

Does anybody of you have an idea, how to debug this problem step-by-step?

Thanks a lot
Olivier
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Sounds like a dll problem on the client machine.  Check this for dll issues and links to related topics: http://support.businessobjects.com/library/kbase/articles/c2009409.asp

If this doesn't resolve your problem, please explain "partial success"?

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Advise split mlmcc & frodoman

The links provided were more than sufficient for user to resolve this problem and would be useful to others as a PAQ even if ansker doesn't acknowledge problem resolution.
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agree

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