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Report with subreport asks twice for the password

Posted on 2007-11-21
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Hello,
We're using CR XI and BO XI,
we've developed a report wit a subreport in it.
When we deploy the report to BO XI it asks twice for the password. The datasource is the same?
Why?
What can we do?
Thank you
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by:mlmcc
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Crystal log onto the database for both the main and subreports.  It doesn't know it is the same source so it needs the password twice.

I am not that familiar with the BO XI but I believe you can save the password when you save the report in BO XI.

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Use login credentials that are setup for the BO SERVER...vs..the report developer....it seems to be searching for the report developer's login credentials instead of the SERVER's login....

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