Seagate Crystal Reports: Database Error

I have received this error message before and after doing an uninstall/reinstall of the software. When trying to print a report from the study area data I get the following errors: First error message: (in bar above the box) Seagate Crystal Reports: Database Error (inside the box) Error opening file. File could not be opened : "SA050" at file location "SA050Report" After clicking "OK" on first message, second error message appears: (in bar above the box) Error (23015) The following erro has occurrred in the application: Error: Code: 20998. Thanks for any help you can provide.
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  • Can you open any of the other reports? If so, then the Crystal template for SA050 may be corrupted. If so send me your e-mail (info@implan.com) and I will send a new one. If not, I am guessing it is a permissions issue. Is this use the first time for this machine?
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  • Can you open any of the other reports? If so, then the Crystal template for SA050 may be corrupted. If so send me your e-mail (info@implan.com) and I will send a new one. If not, I am guessing it is a permissions issue. Is this use the first time for this machine?
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  • Hi, Doug -- I tried a report or two from every report tab just now and got similar errors and failures to "print." I have been using IMPLAN v2 on this machine for many years. Don't know if it's relevant but Mike Retzlaff and I are working on a project together and the problem cropped up when I began using a model he sent me. I think I already mentioned that after I encountered the problem I did a clean install using the v2 file downloaded from the Websitd. Thanks for working this problem for me!
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  • Hi, Doug -- I tried a report or two from every report tab just now and got similar errors and failures to "print." I have been using IMPLAN v2 on this machine for many years. Don't know if it's relevant but Mike Retzlaff and I are working on a project together and the problem cropped up when I began using a model he sent me. I think I already mentioned that after I encountered the problem I did a clean install using the v2 file downloaded from the Websitd. Thanks for working this problem for me!
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  • I've just gotten word that sometimes it's not fixable. But I find it hard to believe that a machine with the same operating system that has used it in the past, can't use it now even though nothing has changed. I wouldn't think it would be a problem with a specific model, but have you created a new model and had the same errors?
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  • I've just gotten word that sometimes it's not fixable. But I find it hard to believe that a machine with the same operating system that has used it in the past, can't use it now even though nothing has changed. I wouldn't think it would be a problem with a specific model, but have you created a new model and had the same errors?
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  • Is it happening on all models?
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  • Is it happening on all models?
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  • I created a new model with 2006 data and there was no problem. The problem I have seems to be just with the model I'm working on with Mike, which is based on a 2007 data file.
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  • I created a new model with 2006 data and there was no problem. The problem I have seems to be just with the model I'm working on with Mike, which is based on a 2007 data file.
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  • I checked a few other models I have built in the past year and none of these models manifests the problem. Note that all of them were built with 2006 data. I'm having the problem with a model built with 2007 data. I currently don't own any 2007 data sets in v2.
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  • I checked a few other models I have built in the past year and none of these models manifests the problem. Note that all of them were built with 2006 data. I'm having the problem with a model built with 2007 data. I currently don't own any 2007 data sets in v2.
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  • I suspect that Mike didn't include the crystal table queries in the iap file. Zip it up and send it to us at info@implan.com, I can take a quick look or have Mike check, he'll have to put them back in.
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  • I suspect that Mike didn't include the crystal table queries in the iap file. Zip it up and send it to us at info@implan.com, I can take a quick look or have Mike check, he'll have to put them back in.
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  • "It seems it was because the models were moved to folders in my "My Documents" folder. When the models are moved back to "c:\Program Files\IMPLAN Professional 2.0\Models\" reports print just fine." I suspect it may be a permissions issue. An IT person can give you full read/write permissions on the IMPLAN directories but not the Users directories. We think that software program's use of the Jet engine (the MS Access driver) violates some sites' security policies.
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  • "It seems it was because the models were moved to folders in my "My Documents" folder. When the models are moved back to "c:\Program Files\IMPLAN Professional 2.0\Models\" reports print just fine." I suspect it may be a permissions issue. An IT person can give you full read/write permissions on the IMPLAN directories but not the Users directories. We think that software program's use of the Jet engine (the MS Access driver) violates some sites' security policies.
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