Crystal Reports FIX: Error Occurred Reading Records: Subscript out of range

Okay, this threw me completely. Turns out I was telling Crystal Reports that I was going to pass 2 parameters and then I only passed one. This can also happen if you’re trying to access something out of bounds in the stored procedure, like a record that doesn’t exist.

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2 Responses

  1. Saurabh says:

    Help me

  2. Jade says:

    Help you with what? This problem occurs when you’re trying to pass crystal reports either too many or too few parameters. Also, double check you’re passing them as the correct type. If you pass an integer as a string then of course you’ll have problems when Crystal tries to run the stored procedure.

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