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Dynamic Parameter CR2013

Dynamic Parameter CR2013

Dynamic Parameter CR2013

I am trying to create a dynamic parameter to show a list of Branches.

This subquery generates what I need including an ALL option and when I join to my data I can enter 0 for All or a specific branch number
Query built on Oracle 11

from fossil.LST_Branches br
where not(ID in (1, 14, 8,13, 15, 22, 24, 25))
--and (:pi_branch = 0 or ID = :pi_branch)
Union All
Select 0, 'ALL', 'ALL' from Dual

I do not want to create a list of branches from the main report because I am using a Command and it is too slow

I can use the subquery as a factored table or CTE using a with statement but that does not seem to help.
We have crystal reports Server so I can build a parameter in the repository somewhere if required.

I am sure it can be done I just can't remember how!!

Thank you


RE: Dynamic Parameter CR2013

You should be able to build a separate command for your list of branches that then you can use as a LOV for a prompt. Crystal Reports will complain about an unlinked data source, but can ignore that message.

RE: Dynamic Parameter CR2013

I knew it was simple. Worked like a charm

Thanks for your help.


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