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Error Message <PESetNthTableLocation>

Error Message <PESetNthTableLocation>

Error Message <PESetNthTableLocation>

(OP)
Hello,

Using CRXI WITH ORACLE DB

AFTER A CHANGE IN OUR DATABASE, I.E. RECOVERY OF A TABLE BY CREATING A NEW ONE  AND THEN DELETING THE OLD ONE, AND THEN GIVING THE NAME OF THE OLD ONE TO THE NEW ONE, ALL REPORTS WE RUN THAT INCLUDE THIS TABLE DO NOT WORK AND GIVE THIS ERROR:


CRYSTAL REPORTS:
 Error en el archivo C:\MIC2000\RES_ALT\rpt\Iva\Nfactura_EQUIPRINT_FAC_MASSIVE_DEF_JL.rpt:
No se encontró la tabla.
Tables[12].SetConnectBuffer <PESetNthTableLocation>


(No se encontró la tabla means: table not found)

I tried to:
- Refresh the location of the table in the Database Menu
- Check the Database in the Database Menu

It did not change anything so far

Any help welcome

Thanks in advance

RE: Error Message <PESetNthTableLocation>

(OP)
Our developers fixed the problem: it was constraints and information of the new table that had not been set correctly.

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