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Physical Database Not Found??!!

Physical Database Not Found??!!

Physical Database Not Found??!!

(OP)
I have a report that pulls from a remote central server. It works fine on my machine, but not on the clients. I've ensured that they have p2ssql.dll (its a sql server db) and the newest copy of the report. Now, these clients don't have CR on their system, so are there any other DLL's or something that I should include with it?

I'm really at a loss!

Thanks,

J

RE: Physical Database Not Found??!!

jfrost10,
   There is a similar question in the Crystal Reports - General forum.

Chun-Wah (Visitor) 07/24/01 (posted 06/05) 9 responses  
 Physical Database not found"-ERROR in Runtime-Version
Thread149-90404  I've checked all of the responses in that question and still have problems.  The only way I could get it to run was actually installing Crystal on the client pc.  I do plan on going back and trying to solve it later when I have more time.
   Hope this helps.  Good Luck!


RE: Physical Database Not Found??!!

Another thread that could be helpful is: Thread766-83671

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