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Message : "No database logon required" but I know there is one

Message : "No database logon required" but I know there is one

Message : "No database logon required" but I know there is one

(OP)
Hello you helpful people

I have just 'cloned' a report by changing the odbc data source it connects to which is simply a path to a different company on our business system server where the tables/ relationships/ data are identical.

This worked perfectly in that I now have my new report returning info from company 'B' in precisely the same manner as it does from company 'A'. I need to run both.

However when I try to schedule the new report it fails with the 'check the info on the logon tab' message and if I try to embed my odbc password for company 'B' via the properties tab of the report I get the message 'No logon is required for this report'.

But I know it does need one and I know its been set up.

Any ideas?

RE: Message : "No database logon required" but I know there is one

Refresh the object and then update the logon tab.

RE: Message : "No database logon required" but I know there is one

(OP)
Yes - worked fine (and I should have known it......) thanks.

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