1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 12, 2015 6:43 AM by JonnyB

    Editing Standard Reports Via Query Gives Error

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      So I'm trying to look at a certain list of computers, my SQL Servers, and then query detected vulnerabilities on them from Service Packs, Crit, High and Med.  Problem is, when I target via query, it gives this!

       

      System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

         at #R4e.#w5e.#U.#z5e.#HEf(String dataSetName)

         at #R4e.#w5e.#U.#z5e.#GEf(ParameterValueCollection valuesCollection, Parameter parameter, String dataSetName, String labelField, String valueField)

         at #R4e.#w5e.#U.#z5e.#FEf(Parameter parameter)

         at DataDynamics.Reports.Expressions.ExpressionObjectModel.Parameter.#Ykf()

         at #R4e.#w5e.#U.#z5e.#xEf()

         at #R4e.#w5e.#U.#z5e.get_Parameters()

         at DataDynamics.Reports.Windows.Forms.ParametersSideBar.#fZf()

         at DataDynamics.Reports.Windows.Forms.ParametersSideBar.Initialize(Boolean clearParametersControl)

         at DataDynamics.Reports.Windows.Forms.ReportPreview.OpenReportWithParametersTab(Boolean openParametersTab, Boolean forceReportExecution, Boolean clearParametersPanel, Boolean forceDataRefresh)

       

      Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?  This happens any time I try to target via a query

       

      Running 9.6 Unpatched (no service pack)