This morning my laptop insisted on installing a really long Windows 10 update
that I'd been putting off for probably a week.
This is on my personal development machine, not on a network.
And now my RBase reports are screwed up. I can bring reports up in the
designer, but both preview and printing from the R> prompt shows a blank page.
Sometimes doing the preview locks RBase up.
Here's what I tested:
1. I picked multiple local databases, they all behaved the same way. All the
databases are ones I use regularly, they all worked fine the last time I
accessed before today.
2. I would pick a table that has lots of data and multiple reports. Some
reports will print fine, some do not. Cannot find a pattern.
3. It happens on version 9.5, version X, 32-bit and 64-bit (I got them all
installed here). Fails on databases in ALL versions
4. My first hint that something was wrong: I tried to do an insert into a
table and got an error message I'd never seen, about not having privileges with
owner password NONE. None of my databases have an owner password. I did an
autochk and a reload of that database and the error message went away and I
could insert. However, it is one of the databases where reports do not work.
Anyone having this happening to them? Can someone think of a Windows setting
that would affect this?
Should I revert to the previous windows 10 build, and if so how do I do that?
A restore point?
And then I guess I research how to stop windows 10 from updating......
Thank you Microsoft
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