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Advice on DataEnvironment and DataReport

Advice on DataEnvironment and DataReport

Advice on DataEnvironment and DataReport

I have a DE and a DataReport properly attached to a database and the report I designed is properly displayed. However after I close the report screen and return to where the report was called from and want to execute it again or execute a different report I get the error "cannot process this report while the object is open". I take it that this means the DE needs to be closed or refreshed somehow.I have tried different things with no luck.
Any ideas??
Any help will be more than appreciated.
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RE: Advice on DataEnvironment and DataReport

The open object is a recordset. Examine the state property of the recordet before executing it. If it is open then close it and rerun report.

RE: Advice on DataEnvironment and DataReport

Try this:
If RS.State = adStateClosed then
End If

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