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Crystal Reports RecordSelectionFormula error

Posted on 2007-11-27
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in asp.net, when running rpt.ExportToDisk
i get the following error:
Error in formula  <Record_Selection>.
'{IMX_Order}='f0d1ea4f-9315-4a11-9d19-0a0781c8660d''
This field name is not known."

yet, in my report i clearly have a table in there that has that field in it, any ideas?
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In CR you would normally expect to see:
{tablename.fieldname}
for any field referred to in a selection formula.
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by:mocaiv
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doh! i never had to do the tablename before, but this time im forced too.. thanks for reminding me
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