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Error Msg: Could not find resource DLL 'stringres'

Error Msg: Could not find resource DLL 'stringres'

Error Msg: Could not find resource DLL 'stringres'

(OP)
A file named logger_asserts.log has been appearing on Windows 2000 pro workstations that I support.  It contains the following >information:
>
>22:15:16 (1308, 1536), (1, 1, 33009), Info: Could not
>find resource DLL 'stringres'. Some strings may not
>appear. Location:
>M:\silib\slib\src\sresmanager.cpp,455 expr: retval
>22:36:55 (1308, 400), (1, 1, 33009), Info: Could not
>find resource DLL 'stringres'. Some strings may not
>appear. Location:
>M:\silib\slib\src\sresmanager.cpp,455 expr: retval

It's not a show-stopper and I have read somewhere that the culprit is Crystal Reports Viewer but don't know how to get rid of it.... any ideas?

RE: Error Msg: Could not find resource DLL 'stringres'

Hi

I had the same problem. The logger_asserts file is generated by Crystal Enterprise viewers. There is a fix for it. Search Crystal Decisions web site. The fix will have to be applied to the Crystal Enterprise server.

Hope this helps.....

Nuffsaid.

RE: Error Msg: Could not find resource DLL 'stringres'

(OP)
Thanks - Found it:  Patch ID: 34902471
it worked!

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