>Finally! Someone else found it.
>I hadn't seen anything on this in the mailing lists, and we had been having
>this problem for quite a while. It was extremely peculiar. I have reported
>it to IEA and have spent over 4 hours on the phone with them on it over a
>series of phone calls and finally we concluded that it is a bug of some
>and Shawn filed a bug report with Dale and the other programmers and they
>are going to look into it. I would suggest calling IEA (if you have a
>support contract) and speaking with Shawn about it directly since he will
>surely remember this little bugger. That, and/or email him through
>We did find a temporary work-around, that works most of the time. You
>probably want to get with him on this. Plus, he could do a little bit more
>trouble-shooting to determine if you are having the exact same problem for
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Darin Spence [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> Sent: Tuesday, June 08, 1999 9:35 PM
>> To: email@example.com
>> Subject: [Emerald] Odd Problem
>> We have our reports out on a network file share. I created the invoices,
>> then wen't to print the invoices, I got an error saying that the reports
>> could not be found.
>> The network path displayed in the error message was the correct path and
>> filename of the invoice report. When I went to START -> RUN and typed in
>> the network address, I was able to pull up the network that had the
>> in it. Everything looked correct.
>> In the Emerald Admin, I do have it set to only allow clients to use
>> reports. When I go to the Invoices section of Emerald, pull up an
>> number, and click print, it pulls up the invoice no problem - right from
>> network share.
>> The only time I have the problem is if I click the 'Print' button from
>> within the batch session. Then, suddenly, it can't find the network
>> Ideas anyone?
>> ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Darin Spence