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Good Day,

We recently moved our instance of MAS 200 to another server and reinstalled all workstations that access it, All is good however we have one user with FRX.

He is logging on the MAS server just fine but when he tries to generate a report he gets the following error.

Source:FSMAS90065
Error 8900: An error occurred found when creating the following table: GL_accountingFRxWrk.

He was working fine before we moved the system, I double checked the old server against the New one and they are identical.

Any Ideas?
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Which version of FRx?  That might make a difference.  I've only used 6.5.

 In my case, FRx seems to be using a special ODBC connection to connect to the db.  You said that you "reinstalled all workstations".  Does that mean that you actually re-installed Windows on the computer that's running FRx?  If so, did you recreate that ODBC connection (or whatever connection FRx uses there)?

 If you didn't actually re-install Windows and the old FRx connection is still there, does it perhaps need to be changed to point to the new server?

 Maybe there is a permission issue with the FRx connection and the new server.

 James
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