- Crystal Report connecting through JDBC to a SQL Server stored procedure
- SQL Server Stored Procedure uses SQL / DML statement(s) CREATE, UPDATE or DELETE
- Stored Procedure runs fine in SQL Server Query Analyzer
- Crystal Reports requires that the response from the database be in a table (single) dataset format (row/column).
- SQL Server will, by default, send a message back to the client when a process such as an update completes successfully.
- These messages are the cause of the error in Crystal Reports.
Add the following line to your stored procedure...which will suppress the messages being sent back to the client.
SET NOCOUNT ON
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