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"An error has occurred: No 508 compliant <TITLE> found in resource strings" when logging into Crystal Enterprise InfoView

Posted on 2006-11-22
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Hello again,

I've installed the 5 user Crystal XI Enterprise Server that comes with the bundle.

All works well accept when I try to log into InfoView.
The login parameters I use when logging in are
SERVER
administrator (no password)
Enterprise

It returns An error has occurred: No 508 compliant <TITLE> found in resource strings.

I've checked all the settings in CMC, ensured all is correct regarding folders, users and groups with what I feel are the correct rights (administrator has full control).

I can save reports to the enterprise from Crystal

Tried to find a document on Business Objects website but no luck.

Has anybody else had this problem. I'm using SBS2003 with MS SQL Server 2005

Larry
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Ooops you did it again!

Thanks, now I'll have to work out how to get the two versions together.

Larry
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Glad i could help

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