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Recent Employees Who Suppressed Vouchers

Recent Employees Who Suppressed Vouchers

Recent Employees Who Suppressed Vouchers

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I have a report that shows all employees who have suppressed vouchers to date (most recent paydate).  I need to modify the report to show those who just suppressed vouchers beginning on the most current paydate, and not those that previously suppressed.  I can't find a way in ReportSmith to get the results I am looking for.  Can anyone help?

RE: Recent Employees Who Suppressed Vouchers


The way I would approach this is to create a Derived Field that has a Select in it.  The Select would return the Previous AL_CHK_DATA record's SUPPRESS_VOUCHER field. (MAX(INNERALIAS.PAY_END_DATE) Where INNERALIAS.PAY_END_DATE < AL_CHK_DATA.PAY_END_DATE)

You will need to write some SQL by hand to do this.  Here is an example of a report with a Select in a Derived Field.

http://charlescook.com/Examples/Select_in_a_Derived_Field.rpt

Then you could use the Derived Field in your Selections.

This is where most people would hire an expert.

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