I have the same problem and the 'MAX_DATE' parameter is empty. But I don't know which value to put in.
admin:run sql select param_value from car:tbl_system_preferences where param_name='MAX_DATE'
admin:run sql select param_value from car:tbl_system_preferences where param_name='CDR_MAX_DATE'
For example, if MAX_DATE is missing: 1. Get CDR_MAX_DATE value. admin: run sql select param_value from car:tbl_system_preferences where param_name='CDR_MAX_DATE' 2. Get the value from above, eg: 02/14/2008, then run: admin: run sql insert into car:tbl_system_preferences values('MAX_DATE', '02/14/2008');
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