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Error: Seagate Memory Full

Error: Seagate Memory Full

Error: Seagate Memory Full

Hi All,

I'm using Crystal 8.5 with Oracle 8i.

When exporting a report to Excel I am intermittently getting the error Seagate Memory Full.  Has anyone come accross this?  I've had a look on the Business Objects site and can only see similar errors with Crystal 9.  Any ideas would be helpful.

Many thanks


RE: Error: Seagate Memory Full

You need to post this in Business Objects: Crystal Enterprise. This is an old forum and is hardly looked at anymore. You should have better results there.


RE: Error: Seagate Memory Full

No, don't post it in Crystal Enterprise, you've made no reference to CE here.

It would be best in Other Topics, here:


At any rate, please include the entire error message if it differs from the above, and this type of error can mean many types of things, such as exceeding the row limit in Excel, running out of hard drive space or RAM, etc.


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