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Crystal XI reports not refreshing

Crystal XI reports not refreshing

Crystal XI reports not refreshing


Please someone help me out.. my reports are still not refreshing even if I have removed save data with report. I have also cleared my cache and yet, the subreport is still getting the old parameter..

anyone encountered this error?


RE: Crystal XI reports not refreshing

Have you checked if the parameter has a default value?  Or checked the subreport links to confirm that the correct value is passed?

Also have you checked record selection in the subreport?  Any link creates a selection rule, which stays there even if you remove the link.

yinyang Madawc Williams (East Anglia, UK).  Using Crystal 11.5 with SQL and Windows XP yinyang  

RE: Crystal XI reports not refreshing

Thanks for replying..

The parameter doesn't have a default value.. it was set like this..

foreignid as Integer and RunManagerId as String..

then on the left side of the command parameter the name of the sp  ?foreignid , &RunManagerId

so the link of the subreport should be..

at the upper right hand box the following is being selected


at the bottom left the following is selected

and at the lower right hand.

what do you mean by saying have i checked the record selection in the subreport?


RE: Crystal XI reports not refreshing

Report > Selection Formulas > Record.  See what's there.

If that's not the problem then I have no idea what's wrong.

yinyang Madawc Williams (East Anglia, UK).  Using Crystal 11.5 with SQL and Windows XP yinyang  

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