- Reports created off of a Stored Procedure will generate a SQL or Database Connector error.
- Using stored procedure with a date parameter results in incorrect SQL syntax.
- Crystal Reports 2008
- MS SQL Server 2008
- Oracle 9i and above
Reproducing the Issue
- Create a new report using a stored procedure with a date parameter.
- Run the report and it will generate an error.
- Crystal Reports 2008 is passing the SQL as "CONVERT(DATETIME, '2009-07- 01 00:00:00', 120)" which is invalid for a stored procedure parameter.
- The issue has been identified and logged under Problem Report ID ADAPT01285561.
- The change was introduced in ADAPT01120372 - Oracle 9i client (Native) connection in CR XIR2 fails to verify database when a the main report and sub report connect to stored procedures
- Use the MS SQL Server ODBC database driver instead of OLE DB SQL.
- Alter each reports Report Option - ‘Verify Stored Procedures on First Refresh’ and check this option off
The above solution will work and we are currently looking into resolving the issue with - ADAPT01648036 Parameters are passed in the wrong order
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