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File Name remains blank.

File Name remains blank.

(OP)
I have upgraded to Windows 7 and every since I am having an issue with saving my crystal report back to Crystal Enterprise. I can open the report in design and make the changes but when I go to save it back to crystal enterprise the file name at the bottom is not there so I have to find the file name in the list then do a save.

RE: File Name remains blank.

Odd, I seem to remember this being an issue for years. Rather annoying, but since I am normally going back to where I was, I usually can find the file pretty quickly.

RE: File Name remains blank.

(OP)
I guess it wouldn't be a problem but we have over 3,000 reports so it's kind of a hassle. The reports are broken down into folders but it is still hard sometimes to have to hunt and if you accidentally click wrong then you have made a huge error.

RE: File Name remains blank.

I do the search sometimes. It is fairly fast on our system (we only have a few hundred reports).

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