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"ERROR IN FILE LINKS"

"ERROR IN FILE LINKS"

"ERROR IN FILE LINKS"

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Hey guys

maybe anybody can help me out?
I have links to two different access databases in crystal reports 7. On print preview, there appears an error msg "Error in file links, Warning: fields in the report from the file 'table1' cannot be linked"...
but I can browse the values, with 'browse field data'.
I tried with verify data.. and tried to connect the databases again. DOESN'T WORK!!!
your help is much appreciated

stonee

RE: "ERROR IN FILE LINKS"

Make sure you can see the link in the "Visual Linking Expert."  If not, re-link and be sure to hit OK at the bottom of the Linking Expert Page or the link will not hold, but the table will still show up.

RE: "ERROR IN FILE LINKS"

Hi,

Do the access fields being linked to/from need to have been defined as key fields within the access tables??

Geoff

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