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Crystal Reports - The report you requested requires additional information

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Hello.  I am working with a Crystal Report that has a few sub reports on it.  The report runs fine.  I added a new sub report and connected in to the data source with no problem.  The fields are available in field explorer and I dragged them into the details section of the subreport.  All of the subreports use stored procedures for their data.  When I run the report with this new subreport, I get a message that the report requires additional information and a database login dialog comes up.  Anyone know why I am getting this?
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How are you running the report when you get the error?

If it is through an application you may have to modify it to handle the new subreport and pass the login information.

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