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Error 533

Error 533

Error 533

I have a program written in Delphi 5 that runs Crystal Reports.  The reports use an Access 2000 database.  Here's the problem:  This program runs flawlessly in Windows 2000.  However, if I run this program in the Windows 98 environment I get "Error 533: Unable to open database.  Execute <PEStartPrintJob>"

What does this mean?  Is there a patch or something I need to get?  It's really important that this program be able to run on Windows 98 also.

I appreciate your help.  
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RE: Error 533

Hi Athena,

I don't think you'll get much action in this forum, its for Seagate Info and your question appears to be about the programmatic execution of Crystal Reports.  You should probaby try either the "Crystal Decisions: Crystal Reports 3 Integrate" forum or the "Crystal Decisions: Crystal Reports 4 Other Topics" forum.

RE: Error 533

Okay.  I'll try that.  Thanks.

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