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Crystal Query to Crystal Reports

Crystal Query to Crystal Reports

Crystal Query to Crystal Reports

(OP)
I have this query (below here) in Crystal Query, that runs fine.

What tables should I put in my crystal report into the Visual Link to see this in a Crystal Report. This is because I want to call a subreport with some fields from this query.

Thanks

Carlos

SELECT
  sum(TTDPUR041101."T$AMTA") ,
  TTDPUR041101."T$SUNO",
   TTCCOM020101."T$NAMA"
FROM
  "BAAN"."TTDPUR041101" TTDPUR041101,
  "BAAN"."TTCCOM020101" TTCCOM020101,
  "QA"."AM_RECORD" AM_RECORD
WHERE
  TTDPUR041101."T$ODAT" > sysdate - 730 and
   TTDPUR041101."T$SUNO" = TTCCOM020101."T$SUNO"  and
   AM_RECORD."SUPPLIER" = trim(TTDPUR041101."T$SUNO") and
   AM_RECORD."AUDIT_STATUS" = 'W' and      
  exists  (SELECT DISTINCT  VENDOR_RATE_OVERALL."VENDOR"  FROM     "QA"."VENDOR_RATE_OVERALL"  VENDOR_RATE_OVERALL  WHERE     VENDOR_RATE_OVERALL."VENDOR" = AM_RECORD."SUPPLIER")                      
GROUP BY
 TTDPUR041101."T$SUNO",
 TTCCOM020101."T$NAMA"

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