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Business Objects: Crystal Reports 4 Other topics FAQ

Report Development

How to Apply a TopN Sort to a CrossTab by IdoMillet
Posted: 9 Mar 04 (Edited 9 Mar 04)

Applying a TopN Sort to a CrossTab in a Crystal report is possible, but not very intuitive.  Here how it's done:

Start by selecting the CrossTab (click the top-left corner.

Use Report, TopN/Sort Group Expert...
Select TopN or BottomN (not All!) and select N that is large enough to accomodate all your values.  Of course, if you want to restrict to Top 5 rather than show all categories, then you should specify 5 as the N value.  

- Ido

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