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Odd message accessing formulas - requesting log on

Posted on 2012-03-13
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Good afternoon,

I'm attempting to modify a report created by a colleague who is no longer working with us and receive the message attached.

Does anyone know what this means? It happens when I go to access almost every field.

Thank you -
cs
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It probably means the data or formulas are stored in the Crystal repository and you need to log into it.

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And if I don't have the password, it makes sense that I do not have access!

Thank you -
cs
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