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crystal reports command and oracle tables

crystal reports command and oracle tables

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Hi,

this is my first post, so I'm hoping I have all the right info for you.

My problem relates to crystal reports and writing a command which includes a new table. I've created this table on our oracle database and have given it the same select rights for the right user as all the other tables. When I create a crystal report and select this new table, data is pulled back. but when I try and select the table within a sql command, there's an error -

ORA-00941: table or view does not exist.

It's a simple 'select * from', nothing fancy, but I cannot fathom out why I can see it if I select the table directly but cannot get it to work via a command connection.

any help would be appreciated

RE: crystal reports command and oracle tables

Perhaps you need to schema qualify the table?

Regards,

William Chadbourne
Programmer/Analyst

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