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Crystal Reports - Logon Failed - Command

Posted on 2013-01-10
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Hello experts,

I have a crystal report that is built with a command.  I log in with the admin SA and PW when I built the report in Crystal.  It previews in Crystal just fine.

However, when I try to run the report from within my application, I get an error message that says "Logon Failed" and that's it.  I am not logging into the application as an admin, but I have other reports that run in the same fashion and seem to run just fine from the application.  It's almost as if the user credentials arent saved or cached with the command.  There are plenty of sub-reports as commands as well.  

Thoughts?

Thanks!
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Question by:robthomas09
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User credentials are NOT saved with any report regardless of connection method or database used.

Commands are run as the report is opened so even if the credentials were stored they wouldn't be available.
Does the user running the report have permissions to the tables used in the command?

mlmcc
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Thanks for the reply mlmcc.  

Yes the user is a SQL admin with db owner privs.
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Is the report set to use integrated security or SQL authorization?

Does the user see a login screen?

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the user does not.  I dont see a user name in the properties area of the command so I assume that's integrated yes?
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Please refresh the database from Menu and update the sql source in report with correct credentials.


It will resolve you issue.
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The report DOES NOT store user credentials.

WHen you configured the connection in the report did you set it to use integrated security?

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I clicked add new connection, chose ODBC, my database name, entered the sa and pw, and it showed up in my view.  When I look at the database properties in Crystal, the "Use DSN default properties" is set to False.

How else can I tell if I set it to use integrated security?  I thought that if I dont see a user name in the properties area of the command then that's integrated?
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It was a problem with permissions as described above.  Syncd up users.  Thanks!
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