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Crystal Reports : Set Database location - Crash

Posted on 2010-09-13
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Using CR: 9.2.2

there is a report that am i trying to verify against the database, when i go Database > Verify Database it works fine, however the designer of the report wants to me to also verify the sub-reports and claims that the above method only verifies the main report against DB.

so he asked me to go Database -> set database location to have the "Sub Reports" also verified against DB. when i do that, the whole CR crashes ??? any idea what is causing this?

Thank you,
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Question by:Raul77
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by:JayConverse
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Crystal will do that, it happens in 7.x, 8.x, and even 11.x.  Do the subreports separately.
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by:Raul77
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Thanks for the reply, can you please let me know how to do the sub-reports??? not an expert when it comes to CR :)
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Just right-click on the subreport to edit it, then set database location again.
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by:Raul77
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Where can i see the sub-report to right click on it though? on my report explorer all i see is the actual report, but when the designer sent me screenshot when he goes to Database > set DB location, he sees the sub-reports, any other way to access the sub-reports?

Thanks for your help.
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by:JayConverse
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I don't know what to say, you either find them on the report canvas, or select them from the report explorer.
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by:mlmcc
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Verify is supposed to check the subreports also, there shouldn't be a reason to check the subreports separately.

The subreport will look like any other object or field on the report.
When you mouse over it you should see Subreport:Subreport Name

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FYI, you can close this through the ACCEPT MULTIPLE SOLUTIONS link in a comment

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