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For every group in my report, I want to count blank records and non-empty records, how do I do this?

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RE: Grouping

I have not tried, but surely you can think of the following ides..
Create a form level variable BlankCount and NbCount. The variables need to be set the initial value as 0. They need to be reset at the group level.

BlankCount shall have value to store as
IIF(EMPTY(myAlias.myField),blankCount+1,blankCount)

NbCount shall have value to store as
IIF(EMPTY(myAlias.myField),NbCount,NbCount+1)

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Hope this helps.

ramani
(Subramanian.G)
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ramani_g@yahoo.com
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