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View command object of the crystal report

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We have a report that runs on a command object.Not sure how to view the command of the report and also this report runs successfully on x environment.When I deploy to another y environment by changing just the set location.The report doesnt run.
Not sure how to resolve this.
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You view the command through the DATABASE EXPERT
Open the report
Click DATABASE --> DATABASE EXPERT
Right click the command
   CLick View Command or EDIT COMMAND
    The database must be available to make the change

When you change a command I suspect both databases have to be available wince you have to open the command to change it

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