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Using Crystal Reports via ClearQuest for Trend Charts w Weekly Info

Using Crystal Reports via ClearQuest for Trend Charts w Weekly Info

Using Crystal Reports via ClearQuest for Trend Charts w Weekly Info

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I am creating some charts in Crystal Reports that will accessible in ClearQuest.  The charts are trend charts showing cumulative number of records in a specific statew over time. I am having the same problem as some other posters to the forum.  I need to see data every week even there are no change to the value of the counts.  Since my connection is through ClearQuest (the database connection has been setup through the tool - I will not be able to modify it to create tables, etc.)

RE: Using Crystal Reports via ClearQuest for Trend Charts w Weekly Info

I've had a quick look in the forum and I can't see anyone posting about Crystal/Clearquest issues - must have missed it!

Can you explain what the problem is clearly and I'll see if I can help you out?

Cheers,
Dave

"Yes, I'll stop finding bugs in the software - as soon as you stop writing bugs into the software."  <-- Me

For all your testing needs: forum1393: Systems & Software Testing

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