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Posted on 2011-03-17
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Hi ,

I have completed a long awaited report...unfortuantely when I go to print it the report dies between pages with this error:

Error : invalidfont
Offending Command : xshow
Stack:
[45 29 0 ] (*) .

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.  I am going home now so I will respond early tomorrow.

Thank you,
Nigluc
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How are you running the report?

What printer?

That doesn't lookk like any Crystal error I have ever seen.

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by:Lucia
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Hi mlmcc,

I looked at the report definition for anything strange with the font..  I printed this on another printer and it is fine.  Unfortunately, the report has to print within peoplesoft.  And the report stays in queued state so something is strange.  I will do a comparison of report definitions that run and this one using a software that allows for comparison.

Thanks for your help,
Nigluc
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Check PeopleSoft errors.

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