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Month to Date/Year to Date in same report

Month to Date/Year to Date in same report

Month to Date/Year to Date in same report

I am using CR7 and have a table which details sales info by Doc ref. Each record shows Stock No, units sold, sales value and cost value.
Is there a way I can sumarize to show in one line the Stock No, Units Sold, Sales Value and Cost Value for Month to Date and Year to Date without having to create a sub report.



RE: Month to Date/Year to Date in same report

rmarcus: You will need to create running totals which in v7 I think you are restricted to using the RT() and ResetTotal() functions but I'm a bit rusty on those.

First create a Group by StockNo

Next create for each item you want to show(e.g. UnitsSold), formulas as follows:

If SalesTranDate in PrintDate-(Day(PrintDate)-1) to PrintDate then UnitsSold

If SalesTranDate in Date(Year(Printdate),1,1) to PrintDate then UnitsSold


Then use each formula as the basis for a running total placed on the GroupFooter for Stockno. and resetting to zero with a ResetTotal() formula placed in the GroupHeader for StockNo

That way your Group Footer line will read:
StockNo. RTMTDUnits RTMTDSales RTMTDCosts RTYTDUnits RTYTDSales RTYTDCosts or whatever sequence you want to put them in.

Hope this helps

David C. Monks
Accredited Seagate Enterprise Partner

RE: Month to Date/Year to Date in same report

Another approach is to create two formula fields:

If {date} in yearToDate then {Units} else 0


If {date} in monthToDate then {Units} else 0

Group by product, and do subtotals of these formulas by product.

Ken Hamady
Crystal Reports Training/Consulting and a
Quick Reference Guide to VB/Crystal (including ADO)

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