Your file waiting to be printed was deleted

We have actually a user that is running Crystal Reports Viewer. The user is trying to print to a Zebra ZXP Series 7 card printer. Whenever before they click print, they receive this message:

Your file waiting to be published was deleted.

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Not certain if this relates to Crystal Reports or if it is Windows 7 worry. Thanks in advance

Michael Condon

http://scn.classiccomputers.info.com/docs/DOC-18590

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Perhaps this thcheck out uses to this case: IE9 Printing - "Your file waiting to be published was deleted."


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Now that"s a new one....

Possibly your AV software application is blocking the print project.

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You would certainly have to enable application logging possibly using Process Monitor to check out what is happening.

Try logging right into your COMPUTER as a Local PC Administrator, might provide you civil liberties to continue printing.

Don


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My fault. I have to have discussed that I have various other computers that have the right to print to the printer without any kind of problems. Thanks.


hi Michael, this might be a print driver issue. you might wish to install the latest driver on the non-working machine(s).

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