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Using a Shared Date Variable from a Sub Report in a Running Totals Field Evaluate Formula

Using a Shared Date Variable from a Sub Report in a Running Totals Field Evaluate Formula

Using a Shared Date Variable from a Sub Report in a Running Totals Field Evaluate Formula

(OP)
I have a shared date variable from a subreport that I am trying to use in a Running Total Fields Evaluate formula. The shared datevar is displaying on the main report fine, but I just cannot figure out how to make it work in the Running Total Fields Evaluate formula.
Please advise.

Thanks

RE: Using a Shared Date Variable from a Sub Report in a Running Totals Field Evaluate Formula

You can have a formula that contains the value, then just use that formula in the eval:

//@subresult
shared numbervar totval

Then in your evaluate formula you can use {@subresult}

RE: Using a Shared Date Variable from a Sub Report in a Running Totals Field Evaluate Formula

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