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Crystal Reports reload error?

When I call a crystal report via a hyperlink the report runs great.

If I click the BACK button on the browser and then click the hyperlink to
call the report again I get
CrystalDecisions.CrystalReports.Engine.LoadSaveRep ortException: Load report
failed.

More troubleshooting info…

When I call a crystal report via a hyperlink the report runs great.

If I click the back button on the browser, then click the REFRESH button to
reload the .aspx, and THEN click the hyperlink to run the report it runs
fine.

Has anyone seen this before? What to do?
Jul 21 '05 #1
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