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Posted on 2011-05-03
Last Modified: 2012-05-11

Not sure if we can resolve this one but here goes.

I have a program which runs reports each night at 9.30pm. Recently, the program has been throwing the attached error.

Any ideas how I can resolve this?

The program itself is know has Crystal Viewer and from what I can work out, it looks like a VB app which has been written by a developer who has left the company quite some time ago. The application was written using Visual Studio 2005.

If it would help, I could post the code to the application which is running the crystal report. Also, if needed, I can post the crystal report itself.

Question by:daiwhyte
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    SOunds like something has changed in the report.

    There would seem to be a parameter named SelectedIndex and you are passing an invalid value in the code.

    You need to check the report to see if the parameter is a number or string and then check the code to see if it is passing the wrong one.


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    Thank you

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