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HOW TO SHOW THE DATA IF THE PRINTED DATE IS NULL

HOW TO SHOW THE DATA IF THE PRINTED DATE IS NULL

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HI,to all
I'm trying to pull data into a report and right now i'm only pulling data that was printed on the current date.
but customer order have a lot of work order that has not been printed. but i want to show does work orders
{WORK_ORDER.PRINTED_DATE} = Today and
{CUSTOMER_ORDER.STATUS} = "H"

RE: HOW TO SHOW THE DATA IF THE PRINTED DATE IS NULL

Hi,

Try to figure out everything that DIDN'T happen today, rather than those things that you know happened??? You might run out of memory.

Skip,

glassesJust traded in my OLD subtlety...
for a NUance!tongue

RE: HOW TO SHOW THE DATA IF THE PRINTED DATE IS NULL

I'm not sure I understand so I apologize if my reply is not helpful.
How are you currently pulling data for the current date?
Are you asking how to print work orders on a specific date that is not the current date?
If so, you could try Date({WORK_ORDER.PRINTED_DATE}) = Date(2016,07,27)

RE: HOW TO SHOW THE DATA IF THE PRINTED DATE IS NULL

If you want to print the record when {WORK_ORDER.PRINTED_DATE} is null you could try,
( isnull({WORK_ORDER.PRINTED_DATE}) or Date({WORK_ORDER.PRINTED_DATE}) = date(0,0,0) )

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