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PEOpenPrintJob error

PEOpenPrintJob error

PEOpenPrintJob error

When trying to run a crystal report from within Peoplesoft we are getting the following error.    Does anyone have any ideas??  

PEOpenPrintJob error

Trace File Results


PeopleTools 8.45.11 Client Trace - 2008-05-01
PID-Line  Time      Elapsed Trace Data...
--------  --------  ------- -------------------->
 1-1      08.54.31          Tuxedo session opened {oprid='PS', appname='TwoTier', addr='//TwoTier:7000', open at01F6DA18, pid=1840}
 1-2      08.54.31    0.031 Cache Directory being used:E:\PS88\845\fs_hrprd\appserv\prcs\hrprd\CACHE\HRPRD\2\
 1-3      08.54.36    5.328 Failure during update transaction
 1-4      08.54.37    1.219 Tuxedo session opened { DisconnectAll at01F6DA18, pid=1840}

Message Log:


PEOpenPrintJob error         %6 %7 %8 %9 (65,30)
 Message Set Number: 65
 Message Number: 30
 Message Reason: PEOpenPrintJob error         %6 %7 %8 %9 (65,30)

RE: PEOpenPrintJob error

Hi, ED75.

We are receiving this same error on one particular crystal report (APY2021) for certain conditions, but it works successfully on others.  So I was wondering, if you found the solution to this issue.

Thanks for the assistance

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