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Problem with changing the query data source

Problem with changing the query data source

Problem with changing the query data source

After changing the query data source, and saved the report in the Info Report Designer.  When the report is re-opened in the Info Report Designer, the following message is displayed:  "DICTIONARY NOT FOUND".

Then I tried to create a new query file by 'Enter SQL statement directly', still get the same problem.

In other report after changing the query data source and tables, I can not save the report in the Info Report Designer, the  message displayed: "Crw32.exe - Application error"

Did I do some thing wrong with those reports  or just because crpe32.dll Crw32.exe are old files?

Thank you in advance for any information about this problem.

RE: Problem with changing the query data source

Has anyone figured out the solution to this?  I have the same problem...

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