Tim,

        Apparently, this seems to be normal for Crystal Reports.  I have
used Crystal in win95/win98/winnt/win2000 and it works the same way.  I am
not sure if Crystal's web site mentions this as normal, but in my
experience, this has always occured.   Just like you have done, the only way
to get the library list and files is to log off the ODBC connection.  If it
does not allow you to, just remove the preview pane (the little red x) and
you will be able to logoff the ODBC connection, re-logon, then can add all
the tables you wish.

Jose Amable Rodriguez
Dominican Knits, S.A. (GrupoM)
(809) 241 - 7171 x 3253
jarodriguez@grupom.com.do



-----Original Message-----
From: Hatzenbeler, Tim [mailto:thatzenbeler@clinitech.net]
Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2002 7:08 PM
To: 'midrange-l@midrange.com'
Subject: ODBC Weirdness...

....
When I try to design a report with crystal reports the first time I
reference the tables of that odbc connection I get the correct library and
the correct tables (files)... But If I try to add another table, It no
longer retrieves same files in timedata, instead I'm presented with the
tables in the default system libraries .. IE: QGPL...
...




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