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Crystal Report History Instances not viewable

Crystal Report History Instances not viewable

Crystal Report History Instances not viewable

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We have an ongoing issue with a Report that is scheduled through Infoview. the problem is that only the last instannce is viewable. if twe click on any other past instance of the report, the session locks up. the output format is RPT so I don't know what could be the issue. any ideas?

RE: Crystal Report History Instances not viewable

What version of Crystal Reports Server or BusinessObjects are you working with? What OS are you running the server components on?

-Dell

Senior Manager, Data & Analytics
Protiviti
www.protiviti.com

RE: Crystal Report History Instances not viewable

Also what browser are you using. We have seen a number of issues with unsupported browsers (of course changes with each version of BI).

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