Crystal Reports 8.5 prints numbers as if divided by 100

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My report prints values from an Ingres database and totally at random some of these values are divided by 100. For instance 63.00 prints as 0.63. This report runs in 25 sites, every day about 1000 times and this happens like once every year.
ASKED: October 26, 2010  10:49 AM
UPDATED: October 26, 2010  4:34 PM

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  • Meandyou
    Gremlins. Seriously, might someone have access to your report "source code" and be fooling with you? Does every user have his own copy or is it run from ONE location that you have control over? I would check the dates on the file that is being used to produce this report, at EVERY location.
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