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Fields in Table from PostgreSQL Database missing when using Table in Crystal Report

Posted on 2012-03-22
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The table has 18 fields in the pg database.  Two of the fields are character varying (256).  When I bring the table into the database expert of Crystal, I only see 16 fields.  Is it because of the length?  

Thanks for your help.
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Where are you looking at the list?

Is this on a new report or an existing report?

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It happens whether I create a new report and it true in my existing reports.
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Ahh...it was a new field though.  I forgot to "Verify Database."  All set master mlmcc!  Thanks anyway!
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I thought it might be that but expected the new reports to show the field.

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