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Control Hours Report

Control Hours Report

Control Hours Report

Good afternood;
I have a report bulit to give me Ctrl Hrs 1, currently I have to type in the Process effective date.  I would like to automate this process to pull in the Max process effdt.  Does anyone know how to do this?

-Enterprise V3.
Table I'm using is:

-Thank you ponytails

RE: Control Hours Report

In your select criteria, you will need to write a MAX statement.  I am making two assumptions in the following, that your table alias is CNTL_HRS, and that your key field is EMPL ID

FollOw this:
Data Field CNTL_HRS.AL_PROCESS_EFFDT is equal to formula:


RE: Control Hours Report

The control hrs table does not contain emplid. I changed to File_nbr, but am getting a missing expression message.  Any suggestions?
I would paste a copy of my selection, but not sure how to do that.  ponder

RE: Control Hours Report

Wait, I got it.  But its only pulling the Max for the pay group just processed.  I'm thinking I need to add an any statement to get the max of all paygroups???

This is how I got it it work

Were on Oracle.

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