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Crystal Enterprise 10 - Not enough Memory for operation

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We're getting "not enough memory for operation" on CE10 when scheduling reports that use an SQL datasource. The only common theme I can spot is that they contain Parameters. The reports run OK on CR10 local clients.

Oracle reports run OK, even with Parameters.

OS is W2003 sp1
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Parameters shouldn't matter.

Do any reports against SQL run?


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Solved this - after running the report on the server using CR10, identified a function that calculates Business Days called a local text file for Bank Holidays - I'd edited this at the start of the year and put in an extraneous character.
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