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Baan: FP3 - DB: Oracle - OS: IBM AIX 6.1
Cannot read info file of table *****
Baan: ERP LN 6.1 FP3
DB: Oracle 11gR1
OS: AIX 6.1
C/S: Server

While printing the audit report using the session "Print range of audit files", it's giving a message in the taskbar of the sessions as "cannot read info file of table <table_name> in company <company_name>.
But still I am able to print the report.
Can anyone clarify the reason behind this error and the impact that it's having on the audit report?
Because what I have got to know is that info file contains some crucial information regarding an audit report being printed.
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