Why aren’t the Crystal Reports indexes showing since loading V6R1?

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Crystal Reports
iSeries
ODBC
OS/400
V6R1
I use Crystal reports via ODBC to the iSeries and have for years.  After loading V6R1 when I go in to create a report, the files aren't showing any indexes like they used to.  The used to show indexes based on the file definitions but now there are no indexes showing. I have even pointed the ODBC connection back to prior releases of the files we've used in the past and had the same result.  It seems like on V6R1 there are no indexes showing for any files anymore.  We've got the cume and all applicable groups up to date as of this weekend and yet still nothing.. also have the client access service packs right up to date as well.  Has anyone else run into this? 

Software/Hardware used:
iSeries OS V6R1, Crystal reports (version 11,12)

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