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Crystal Reports Server 2008 P3 "Error in File xyz.  The table could not be found"

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Hi folks.  
We are migrating from Crystal Enterprise server XI to Crystal Reports Server 2008, P3.  We used the import wizard to import only the reports, universe, repository over to the new server.  Whenever we try to run reports now we get the following error in about 90% of the reports
"Error in file $Report Name$.  The Table could not be found".
Any help is appreciated or at least a starting point on where to look.  We are using DSN in the reports and these are setup on the 2008 server under 32 bit ODBC.
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Did you upgrade the reports to CR 2008?

Have you opened them in CR 2008 and done a VERIFY DATABASE?

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No, we have not done that. Is this necessary for the 100+ reports we have?
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Unfortunately, it might be.

Try it on a few reports.

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