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SQL error when running a report from e3 software

Posted on 2008-06-20
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Screenshot is attached of the full error.  I've opened up permissions on the database and the server.  This is running on SQL Express 2005. The client and the server are running the same versions of the .NET framework.  Any suggestions?
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Don't know what e3 software is, but its trying to retrieve data from a column that apparently doesn't exist in the underlying table...see the very first line.

Did this ever work?  What changed?
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Yes, check your code for a reference to ComponentData column. and then check the underlying sql to see if that column is indeed called that or if it needs to be aliased to that.
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Is this when you run the report?

Have you verified the database?
  Click DATABASE --> VERIFY DATABASE

What version of Crystal?

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After talking with E3 support what I am trying to do is only in beta and therefore unsupported.  Thanks agian for all your help
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Thanks
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