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Access Database Broken Reference Error.

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Mieucher, Sep 22, 2008.

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  1. Mieucher

    Mieucher Thread Starter

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    My database runs great but when I put it on a shared drive the following
    error comes up:

    Your project contains a missing or broken freference to the file 'crviewer.dll' version 11.0

    Also some of the macro and query items do not work. What would cause that and how do I correct it?

    Thanks.


     
  2. slurpee55

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  3. Mieucher

    Mieucher Thread Starter

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    I did not create any crystal reports. I did create a calendar using the active x reports but have deleted any references to that but I continue to get that message. I have been searching for any references to this in the code and cannot find any. It makes no sense to me that it works fine on my private drive and not on the shared drive. I rolled it out today and cannot find how to remove that crviewer.dll.
     
  4. slurpee55

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    Well, as far as I can find, it is strictly a dll for Crystal Report Viewer (which is an active x item, as you noted).
    Alternatively, you could just install the dll on the shared drive.
     
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