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Unspecified Error When Printing Custom Forms in Sage 2019

Unspecified Error When Printing Custom Forms in Sage 2019

Unspecified Error When Printing Custom Forms in Sage 2019

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We recently upgraded a client from Sage 2018 to Sage 2019. We have previously created a number of custom Crystal Reports that they run. After previous upgrades running them has never been an issue but now some of them are.

I say some of them since it appears that if they have parameters in them they crash i.e. you run them in Sage Accpac you get "Unspecified Error". Ironically enough you can run them successfully outside of Accpac from the desktop but not within Sage.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Unspecified Error When Printing Custom Forms in Sage 2019

Edit xxRPT.INI, fix the DATAPIPE sections

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