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PEStartPrintJob: Not enough Memory for operation

PEStartPrintJob: Not enough Memory for operation

PEStartPrintJob: Not enough Memory for operation

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I just installed Seagate Info 7.5 and tried to run a scheduled report.  It keeps failing with the following message:
PEStartPrintJob: Not enough memory for operation.

We are not going thru the web.  Any help would be appreciated.  

Cathy

RE: PEStartPrintJob: Not enough Memory for operation

We had similar problems upgrading to 7.5. Try running the reports in design mode. If the reports run to completion then look at the formulas, as some of the functions perform differently (eg DTSDatetoTime).

If you have migrated to a new server as well as upgrading, it's possible for the report to still point to the old server location for the data source if Info SQL queries have been used for the source.

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