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Invoice And Memo (0801000) does not display properly SL2015

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On one client the form looks like this

There are no customizations - We do have customization manager

Computer is fully patched windows 7

Any suggestions

Thanks

Ray

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    RE: Invoice And Memo (0801000) does not display properly SL2015

    [quote user="RayD"]

    On one client the form looks like this

    There are no customizations - We do have customization manager

    Computer is fully patched windows 7

    Any suggestions

    Thanks

    Ray

    [/quote]

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    RE: Invoice And Memo (0801000) does not display properly SL2015

    Found Solution

    Installed Reportviewer 2010 and now screen opens normally

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    RE: Invoice And Memo (0801000) does not display properly SL2015

    Raymond,

    Even without using customization manager, a screen can have entries in customvba if the user does things like resize the screen and had the save settings on exit set.  I suggest you run a query against the customvba table looking for anything with a screened of 0801000.  If found, you can either delete those records or temporarily change the screened in those records to a non-esistent screened (e.g., 08010xx) and see if the screen now opens properly.

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    RE: Invoice And Memo (0801000) does not display properly SL2015

    Log has following error

    Application: 0801000.EXE

    Framework Version: v4.0.30319

    Description: The process was terminated due to an unhandled exception.

    Exception Info: System.IO.FileNotFoundException

    Stack:

      at Microsoft.VisualBasic.ApplicationServices.WindowsFormsApplicationBase.DoApplicationModel()

      at Microsoft.VisualBasic.ApplicationServices.WindowsFormsApplicationBase.Run(System.String[])

      at AR080100.My.MyApplication.Main(System.String[])

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