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Paradox table links in Crystal Reports

Paradox table links in Crystal Reports

Paradox table links in Crystal Reports

(OP)
Hello Paradox / Crystal Gurus
Could you please help me with this little problem:
I've got 2 paradox tables: "work" - "labour"
The "work" table contains 4 fields based on the 'labour' table, that is, each field looks into the same 'labour' table and can select any record from it.
I can run a report from the 'work' table to show the labour (all 4 fields) for each work record.
My problem is:
I would like to run a Crystal report based on the 'labour' table that contains each record from the 'work' table that brings the amount of hours from each labour, regarless of the field position of the 'work'table.

My link works in 1 way, but not in the other

Any suggestions???
btw: I'm using CR 8.0
Thanx  

RE: Paradox table links in Crystal Reports

I think this is a Crystal Reports question, rather than a Paradox question.

Are you using Paradox the Application, or Paradox Tables in Delphi or something?

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