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Peachtree & Crystal Reports Question

Peachtree & Crystal Reports Question

Hi - I am running Peachtree for Manufacturing 2007 and Crystal Reports v9.  I am creating a gross profit report by customer by item, and I have everything but the item's unit cost.  The unit cost field is empty when I try to pull the data from the Line Item table.  Here are the tables I am using

From File.ddf:
Line Item

When I run the stock Peachtree Inventory Profitability Report, it pulls the data just fine, I just can't find it!  Any help is appreciated.  Thanks.

RE: Peachtree & Crystal Reports Question

I should also mention that the items are Assembly Items, not stock items.  I know a calculation has to occur, and perhaps pull the subcomponents from the BOM?

RE: Peachtree & Crystal Reports Question

The unit cost is a special function under the Functions area of the Formula Workshop.  It'll be located under the Additional Functions and then the Peach functions.  I believe it's called "GetPeachRowAmountv2".  You need a formula like:  

If JrnlRow.RowType=1 then GetPeachRowAmountv2

There is help information regarding the unit cost in Peachtree for crystal (not in crystal).

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