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Job will not complete!?!?!

Job will not complete!?!?!

Job will not complete!?!?!

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I have a problem. I schedule a job, it initiates and will write the report to disk, however, the job never goes to successful. It stays in a "processing" state.

I also get a Seagate Info error in the application log - Unable to find the specified messageId (500), or the number of arguments (1) was incorrect.

I am very tempted to reinstall Crystal Info.

By the way, if I reinstall, do I loose all of my report schedules?

Any advice is greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Moses...

RE: Job will not complete!?!?!

If you make a copy of your cinfo.mdb (reports database) you won't loose what you have if you re-install.. If I recall correctly.  I am not sure about your error.  I have not worked with CI in some time.  Make sure you have a back up..

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