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Reporting Error

Reporting Error

Reporting Error

(OP)
I'm getting this error when I try to run a sales analysis report:

Error 50: Report File Invalid
Called From: G_PRVFRX Line number: 37538
Program code causing error:
 TRIM(custno)+'/'+ a_arcust->company

I'm not sure what this means but I recalculated and reindexed and it didn't fix the problem, any suggestions?

RE: Reporting Error

I am assuming accpac pro series.
what report in sales analysis?
Did you modify or change anything on the report?

EMC
Integrated Bar Code Systems, Inc.


RE: Reporting Error

(OP)
It is ACCPAC Pro Series. I am trying to run the current period by item. We have three different companies set up in SBT and this is the only company it doesnt work for.

RE: Reporting Error

which report in sales analysis?
Did you modify or change anything on the report?

EMC
Integrated Bar Code Systems, Inc.

RE: Reporting Error

(OP)
No we did not change anything.
We're just trying to run a sales analysis from accounts receivables.

RE: Reporting Error

The fields look like valid SBT/ACCPAC fields. The call is to the report run routine.  What it's trying to return is the customer number and company.  The key is probably the a_>arcust that is saying the data is coming from the customer file.  Have you deleted any customers that might have had an invoice in the period you are looking at?

Code looks standard so i'm suspecting that or file corruption.

Bill Couture

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