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rep-1510 :Group Manager Unable to compute Column CF_

Posted on 2011-03-04
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Hi
i have report developed in 6i. when i am executing the report, it showing error
as  rep-1510 :Group Manager Unable to compute Column CF_..

its a matrix report.

do the needful
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REP-1510 is an abnormal condition. There can be problem with data (e.g. invalid values).

This is from the on-line help:
Abnormal conditions:
 Sometimes you may encounter an error that is known as an abnormal condition, which may arise from one of the following causes:
Someone has done something that prevented your application from completing the requested task. For example, if someone bypassed the user interface and changed data in a database table, they might have typed an invalid value.
A software bug prevented the requested task from completing.

Action: First contact your system administrator to determine if the message was caused by something other than Oracle Reports.
If you determine that the message was not the result of user error or a system problem, then contact Oracle Support Services.
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close the issue as problem has been rectified..
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