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Scheduled report crash when there's no data

Scheduled report crash when there's no data

Scheduled report crash when there's no data

I'm having a problem with a scheduled daily report when there is no activity to report.  The report runs fine on my desktop and returns the column headings and the report title when there is no data, however when the same report is scheduled (the report is suppose to be generated and emailed via Outlook 2000) on the infoserver the task fails and returns the message, "An unknown exception occurred while processing this report", the info server also has an error message related to email.  My guess is has something to do with Seagate Info's interface with Outlook when there is no data (the report works like a charm if there is any data at all).  Has anyone found a work around?

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