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HELP!!! Page Size issue

HELP!!! Page Size issue

HELP!!! Page Size issue

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If anyone has ever seen this before.......I would really appreciate some help!!!!

My problem involves working with asp and crystal reports on IIS using asp. I have a report setup and it executes fine with a limited amount of returned data.

But when the report needs to span multiple pages an error is displayed to the screen regarding --
CRAXDRT.DLL Error occured on server 2147191230: The page size was not large enough to format the contents of an object in the report.

This is a report that is utilizing 2 subreports. The subreports actually hold most of the data for the report.

Crystal's web site suggested making a mts package, including the craxdrt.dll within the package ? I tried this but it did not seem to help things.

any help would be appreciated.

regards,
ejg

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