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Suppressing Group Header

Suppressing Group Header

Suppressing Group Header

We are using Crystal XI to generate requisitions. The requisition is being inserted into a group {verbal_order_detail.order_desc} header as an image. We then fill out all the fields pro grammatically onto the requisition image. I have 4 requisitions and based on what was ordered I suppress the requisitions that are not required. This works as expected until someone orders an two different orders on the same order (order_ID). The report parameters are looking for the patient_id and the order_id so what happens here is it sees both suppression fields and then displays a blank page. My suppression formulas on each group header looks like this.

{verbal_order_detail.order_desc} <> "PET" 1st group header

{verbal_order_detail.order_desc} <> "MRI" 2nd group header

{verbal_order_detail.order_desc} <> "CT" 3rd group header

{verbal_order_detail.order_desc} <> "Xray" 4th group header

How can I stop it from supressing if more then one header is required?

RE: Suppressing Group Header

That depends on what you want the output to look like.

Option A:
Group Header 1
Group Header 2

Option B:
Group Header 1
Group Header 2

or some other arrangement.

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