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Multiple subreports in a main report

Multiple subreports in a main report

Multiple subreports in a main report

I have created a report using Crystal XI but it is being run in an older Crystal Runtime version 9. I do have other reports with multiple subreports that run ok. I am getting an Invalid Table Number crystal runtime error. The main report is simply a container for 5 independent subreports with no linking and no parameters involved in any of the reports.

Main Report
Detail line suppressed
RFa - Subreport1
RFb - Subreport2
RFc - Subreport3
RFd - Subreport4
RFe - Subreport5

The first 3 reports are very small and reports 4 and 5 are each less than one page.

Any ideas what the problem is?

RE: Multiple subreports in a main report

I figured out my problem. I needed to have something in the main report so I just brought in one table and one field that I placed on the detail line, which I then suppressed and now the subreports run fine.

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