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Multi-Valued Attribute display in Crystal reports 2008 page

Multi-Valued Attribute display in Crystal reports 2008 page

Multi-Valued Attribute display in Crystal reports 2008 page


I'm new to use Crystal reports 2008. I'm looking to display the multivalued lookup in a page. For example, lets consider the project is deployed in three different countries UK, US and India. So all the project parameters are same, expect the country as it is multivalued attribute. When I create a query, only value which differs in data set is Country.

So when I use the above query in Crystal reports 2008 command and display all project parameter(drag & drop in the page), it shows only one page(which is as expected). So when I drag this Country attribute to the page, three pages comes up. One for each country which has all other Project values as same. I don't want this to happen. I want these countries to be displayed in same page.

My actual requirement is displaying the flags of countries according to the Country data. My idea is drop all three flags on the header and suppress the image with the condition on Country attribute. For this formula to work, I need Country attribute on the page.

Do I need to make this Country attribute as parameter and add it in the page? Is there another way to display images dynamically from the multivalued attribute's value?

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