Crystal Reports Error: Missing Value Parameter field

I am using C# frame work 1.1 with Crystal Reports 9.1
I had recently made some changes to the oracle packages that get data in to the dataset which is bind to my crystal reports viewer object.
I tested the changes on my local machine and the report worked fine. When i deployed the code on the DEV server, I get the following error for crystal reports:
Missing value parameter field.

I checked the version of the Crystal reports dll on DEV server and it is the same as on my machine. Why am i getting this error on DEV server? Please help.

Thank You.
Faheem ShaikhAsked:
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When ypu got the reports working on your machine were they the same reports or different files?

Many times when you changr the database you need to reconnect the report to the database through the VERIFY DATABASE optiion.

Faheem ShaikhAuthor Commented:
I made no changes to the crystal reports. The change was in the oracle stored package. The dataset remained the same. I will try the VERIFY DATABASE option tomorrow when i get to office. But that still doesn't quiet explain why the code works on my machine but not on the DEV server.
Thanks for looking into my question.
If the datasource is changed in any way you may need to use the VERIFY DATABASE option to relink the report to the datasource and see the changes.


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Faheem ShaikhAuthor Commented:
I solved my problem, thanks anyway.
What was the resolution?

Since you solved it yourself, you should post the solution and accept that as the solution.

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