• Subject: Re: ODBC Signon
  • From: Bill Robins <brobins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 21 Jan 1999 16:44:06 +0000


If I remember correctly from some earlier Crystal work, it is too "dumb" to 
know that you have already connected.  Just hit cancel and it will go about 
it's business.


> Firstly as soon as the report goes to get data it pops up a CA signon
> defaulting to my user id and an old password (I know this because it won't
> sign on until I change the password) rather then the user id of the person
> using it, even though in the ODBC & CA  options the default user is set to
> the regular user (ie. not me!). I can't find anywhere else in either ODBC
> or CA where this might be stored.

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