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Running Totals and Variables with Crystal 9

Running Totals and Variables with Crystal 9

Running Totals and Variables with Crystal 9

I am trying to create a report with two groups - example: MainForm is the first group and the second group would be the forms for this group. I have a batchtotal for each group which I can get from summary. The second column requires a formula for date difference. Under Business Money Form 1 and 2 exceed KPI would be if datediff("d",recdate,enddate) >2 then 1 else 0 and I use this formula as a running total, then add it up but the next group of forms has a different KPI. My problem is the second grouping the Exceed KPI be if datediff("d",recdate,enddate)>3 then 1 else 0.

I am not sure how to accomplish -- for each group the forms within that group have a different KPI. The compliance is a percentage by form and MainForm.

Business Money Batch Total Exceed KPI Compliance
Form 1
Form 2

Business No Money
Form A
Form B

Any assistance is greatly appreciated - Thanks in advance

RE: Running Totals and Variables with Crystal 9

I guess this should go to the Crystal Reports forum.


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