Crystal Report: Ole object in this report cannot be loaded.

I am developing a crystal report in v11.5.10.1460.  The crystal client is accessed via Citrix published application.  The report has 7 groups each with a header that is a 300dpi .jpg image.  I am able to write the report, saving after each step and run the report just fine in crystal.  (5 hours of development) after the report is saved for the final time and closed.  I get a message box that states "Ole object in this report cannot be loaded. It has been replaced by a blank object.  If I click ok to that I get a message that says 'Path to report' + This report could not be opened.  I have completely started over twice with the same result.  Any idea what is going on?  How is the report being corrupted.  I can share the .rpt if needed but I cannot open it.      
JRM874Asked:
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JRM874Author Commented:
Failed to mention that each group in the main report contains a subreport (needed becuase they have seperate datasources) with these .jpg images in the report header of the subreport
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JRM874Author Commented:
Any ideas?  Anyone?

I'd offer 1000 points if I could here.  Really under a crunch with all the wasted effort.  Any help or suggestion is appriciated!
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JRM874Author Commented:
Attached is the .rpt file I am having the problem with...
PDCP-TEST-JS.rpt
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mlmccCommented:
The only thing I can think of is to add each image individually and saving with only that image and subreport.  See if a particular image is causing the problem.

mlmcc
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JRM874Author Commented:
If a particular image is causing a problem would you have any idea why?  These are 300dpi jpg images not very big dimensions of images are as follows

Patient Info
 Width 7.850
Height 0.910
 
Care Team
 Width 7.850
Height 0.440
 
Allergies
 Width 7.850
Height 0.440
 
Nutrition
 Width 7.850
Height 0.440
 
Medications
 Width 7.850
Height 0.440
 
Medications as Needed
 Width 7.850
Height 0.440
 
Pending Studies
 Width 7.850
Height 0.440

Over all file size is roughly 7K KB with images imbedded.  Are you aware of any limitations in Crystal that would be causing this report to get corrupted.  
 
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mlmccCommented:
I don't use images so I don't know.  My thought was that a particular image might be causing the issue so if it couldn't be loaded and saved by itself then you would see that.  

Does it seem to be only when the last image is added?

mlmcc
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JRM874Author Commented:
Yes it is getting corrupted on save of the report after the last image is saved.  I am in the process of re-building the report saving, closing and re-opening the main report after each sub-report with image is added.  I am down to the third of 7 sub reports and it is working but in the past it is not until the last report is saved do I see the problem.  When this happens the citrix connection to crystal gets interupted / terminated when adding the images to the report.  When I go back into the report it says failed to save report If I click ok to that it closes then when re-opening I get the message reported.  
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JRM874Author Commented:
Attached is the error I get when the connection is interupted prior to the report being corrupted.
Crystal-error.bmp
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mlmccCommented:
When you save, save to a new file so if it corrupts you at leat don't have to start at the beginning.

If it corrupts you could try deleting one of the subreports and adding the one that corrupted to see if it is that specific report.

mlmcc
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JRM874Author Commented:
This was not actually the solution but a workaround.  I am working with Citrix and our network infastructure to resolve.  These comments were very helpful and most appriciated!
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