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Crystal Reports 10 using Micrsoft Access Database

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We are encountering errors when accessing Crystal Reports 10 Reports that are pointing to a Microsoft Access Database stored on a shared drive.

This scenario works fine if the Microsoft Access database is stored locally on the useru2019s C drive but when it is changed to point to the same exact Microsoft Access database on ashared drive, it will not work, any solutions?

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Please re-post if this is still an issue to the Business Objects Forum or if you have a valid support contract create a case on line

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Try creating an ODBC connection instead of directly connecting to a file and check the report.

Regards,

Raghavendra

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Thanks for the tip, but I tried that and still get same results. Additional information, it works running from Crystal 10 reports location with and without ODBC connections but when publishing it to Crystal Enterprise it will not run.

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Try placing the access file in the shared location of server and see the output.

Regards,

Raghavendra

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We also tried that, we placed the MS Access file on the same server as Crystal Enterprise Server and it still did not work.