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Compiled report problem....

Compiled report problem....

Compiled report problem....

When trying to run a compiled report (compiled using V8.0) I get an error message simply saying 'CRRUN'. That is it. I can successfully run the same report on other machines, which indicates it might be some sort of local file corruption (maybe a .dll file???).
I would appreciate any info that anyone can offer on this!!!!

many thanks.


RE: Compiled report problem....

That machine may have a legacy version of CR or a viewer on it, I think crrun was a 16 bit version...


RE: Compiled report problem....

It is using exactly the same files as all of the other machines that make use of the compiled reports feature. I was just wondering if anyone else has had this error message???

RE: Compiled report problem....

Well I have solved the problem by re-compiling and distributing it too. This creates a setup for the individual report which for some reason eliminates the error message!
Thanks everyone for your help

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