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Default Blank fields - queries with many tables

Hi,

I am using Crystal Reports .NET in a web application. The database I am using is Access. I have created a report based on a simple access query with a table joined to an other one.
When the report is displayed, the fields contained in the child table are displayed as blank. All fields from the parent table display correctly. The fields of the child table are all blank.
Any idea ?

Thank in advance!




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