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How to stop Blank report goout or Conditionaly stop distribution.

How to stop Blank report goout or Conditionaly stop distribution.

How to stop Blank report goout or Conditionaly stop distribution.

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Fail the report by a formula field that devide by zero under specfic condition like no records return by query.
Devision by zero will fail report on infoview.

RE: How to stop Blank report goout or Conditionaly stop distribution.

Divide by zero is not allowed, so test for a zero first.  E.g.

CODE

if {Divisor} > 0
then {Some.Sum} / {Divisor}
else 0

yinyang Madawc Williams (East Anglia, UK).  Using Crystal 11.5 with SQL and Windows XP yinyang  

RE: How to stop Blank report goout or Conditionaly stop distribution.

Sorry, I took that for a question, but it seems you meant it as a tip.

yinyang Madawc Williams (East Anglia, UK).  Using Crystal 11.5 with SQL and Windows XP yinyang  

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