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Web-based application for the Crystal Reports.

Posted on 2011-02-23
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We have web-based application for the Crystal Reports.
We just find out those running different reports with different schemas on data source (Stored Procedure) application executing only one Stored Proc.
Sample:
Schema [BTAC]
Procedure [XYZ]

Schema [BTAR]
Procedure [XYZ]

For the different Schemas, we have same procedure name, but logic of procedures are different.

In my case running report with data source of [BTAR]. [XYZ] ‘par1’, ‘par2’ application calls right report but executes of [BTAC]. [XYZ] ‘par1’, ‘par2’

When running report itself as .rpt file it has executes right proc.
I do not think that same proc name can cause this problem.
Can someone point me to right direction?
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by:mlmcc
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Not sure I follow the problem.

Are you running the wrong report? or is the report running the wrong SP?

If it is the "wrong" SP then remember Crystal runs the SP it was built with unless you update the report to reflect changes in the SP.

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We find the solution.
Latest SP for CR viewer.
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by:LISCNY
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After updating SP for Crystal Report viewer application start working fine.
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