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INVALID CURSOR STATE

INVALID CURSOR STATE

INVALID CURSOR STATE

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A stored procedure that was previously working under Win 95 / Crystal Reports 7 is now not working under Windows 2000 Professional with Crystal Reports 8.5!
The error message "ODBC SQL Server Driver - Invalid Cursor State" appears when I try to run the reports using this particular stored procedure.
My other stored procedures still work. The main difference between the working and non-working procedures is that the latter does not use an explicit cursor and contains a series of IF statements. The procedure that still works uses a temp table and an explicit cursor.
If I try to create a new report using the non-working procedure, it retrieves the data on the first refresh but comes up with the invalid cursor state error message on the next refresh.
Would appreciate comments.
Many thanks
Manuela

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