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Crystal Reports - Bad Report Definition

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Crystal Reports - Bad Report Definition

I am trying to develop a new report (Crystal Reports) and I cannot find the source of this error: "Bad report definition - Not implemented"

 

I have the Data Source, Export Format, Export Destination ... everything configured just like a currently-running report but I cannot get this error to go away. Any ideas?

 


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JChamberlain
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Re: Crystal Reports - Bad Report Definition

This is probably something you will want to raise with support. You'll need the Crystal Report driver log. The error is likely being sent by Crystal Reports itself so it might also be worth looking at SAP's support community.

 

Generally problems like this are an issue with a component not being installed properly, file access to either the definition or the temp folder, or an issue with the report file itself.

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JChamberlain
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Re: Crystal Reports - Bad Report Definition

This is probably something you will want to raise with support. You'll need the Crystal Report driver log. The error is likely being sent by Crystal Reports itself so it might also be worth looking at SAP's support community.

 

Generally problems like this are an issue with a component not being installed properly, file access to either the definition or the temp folder, or an issue with the report file itself.

kvacola
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Re: Crystal Reports - Bad Report Definition

Contacted SE support. Ends up the issue was with one of the numeric parameter inputs. I wanted to use an array of values (i.e. allow for multiple values = true), which is NOT allowed with the ClearSCADA Crystal Reports driver. Thankfully the report was for some very specific point IDs in CDPoint so I could easily hard-code values into my Formula Fields.