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Crystal report formula field query

Crystal report formula field query

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Hello,

I am preparing a crystal report. I have following summary fields in it.

Minimum of SrNo
Maximum of SrNo



I want to display (Maximum of SrNo - Minimum of SrNo) +1

I have created a formula field named tickets. I am writing the formula as in following picture


I am getting an error "A statement is expected here" & cursor moves to start of the formula.

Can anyone explain?

Thanks,

Dharmesh Joshi

RE: Crystal report formula field query

For BASIC syntax, replaced {@Tickets} with the word formula

formula = Maximum ({Booking.SrNo}....

RE: Crystal report formula field query

Just remove: {@Tickets}=

You are also in the wrong forum. Should be in Business Objects: Crystal Reports 1 Formulas.

-LB

RE: Crystal report formula field query

lbass: Since they are using BASIC syntax. The 'formula =' is required.

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