Error Message when trying to print 1099 Forms report

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We just upgraded to SL2011 FP1 and when I try to print the 1099 Forms report (screen 03.740.00), I get this error message:

System Message 6201

Report exectution failed. Error = 56029

Error Printing Report

Failed to retrieve data from the database

Detais: [Database Vendor Code: 207]

Database Connector Error: '42S22:[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid column name 'NYBox16'.[Database Vendor Code: 207]'

Database Connector Error: '42S22:[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid column name 'NYBox15'.[Database Vendor Code: 207]'

Database Connector Error: '42S22:[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid column name 'CYBox15'.[Database Vendor Code: 207]'

Failed to retrieve data from the database.

Failed to retrieve data from the database.

Error in File 03740I{193DEA5F-6FC0-4541-9C53-19DEAC297CEF}.rpt;

Failed to retrieve data from the database.

Details: [Database  Vendor Code: 207].

 

Any thoughts?  Thank you for your help!

~Corrie Kumbalek

 

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  • Hi Corrie Kumbalek,

    Have you upgraded SL 2011 FP1 with windows authentication or SQL  authentication ?

    If it is window's authentication then follow the below steps to resolve the issues

    1) Open the OBDC Data Source Administrator  from Control Panel-> Administrative Tools

    2) Delete the existing ODBC connections for both Solomon Application and System databases if exists

    3) Open the Database Maintenance (98.290.00) screen under Control Panel-> Administrative Tools

    4) Connect the server using windows credentials

    5) Go the Update Database tab and select the appropriate SL System and Application databases

    6) Click the Set Authentication Type button & select the Windows Authentication (recommended) option and click Ok

    7) Specify the Windows Username for Microsoft Dynamics SL Administrator (SYSADMIN)  and click OK

    8) Once the process is completed try to launch Dynamics SL 2011 Fp1 with windows login credentials

    Please check it and let me know if you need any further assistance

    Thanks

    Santhosh D

  • We were able to figure it out by going into the Crystal Report and clearing out a calculation that was listed in two of the boxes.  

    Thank you!