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Different users are receivng error messages from the same machine

Different users are receivng error messages from the same machine

Different users are receivng error messages from the same machine

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Our users are retrieving Crystal Reports through a third-party software, using a runtime version-version 7.0.  On machines with Windows 95, all user id's are able to access the reports. On machines that have been upgraded to Windows 2000, some users are able to retrieve the reports and other users get error messages (see below) when trying to open the report.  The security levels on the third-party software for each user is identical and they are both in the same Group in SQL server.  The four error messagesm in the order that they are received, are as follows:
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid Object Name 'Job Record'
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid Object Name 'Job Record'
ODBC Error: [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid Object Name 'Trans'
Crystal error (CrystAX_RunReport]: SQL Server Error
Does anyone have information on why these ID's will print on 95 and not on 2000?
thank you for your assistance

RE: Different users are receivng error messages from the same machine

The error is saying that those tables don't exist or the user has no privilege to read them.  With the users/PCs that don't work, can you access those tables with another tool such as MS Access or or SQL Query Analyzer?

One thing to check would be the ODBC SQL Server version on those PCs that don't work.

Brian J. Alves
Email: brian.alves@worldnet.att.net
VB / Crystal / SQLServer

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