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Parameter Field value equal to table.field value?

Parameter Field value equal to table.field value?

Parameter Field value equal to table.field value?

I have create a parameter field in Crystal 8.5 and called it "Customer" and on the Formula field I created a field call "@Custid" and set the value to {sp_billings;1.CustID}. sp_billings is a store procedures. When a user get the Customer prompt how can a user get the customer he specified. Supposed he enter 'ABC' for Customer and I only want him to see the values belong to Customer ABC.below is my code.

select {?Customer}
CASE {?Customer}: ({@Custid}=tek_sp_rpt_billingsALL;1.CustID}{?Customer} and {tek_sp_rpt_billingsALL;1.Vendor} <> '0')

CASE "ALL": ({@Custid} = {tek_sp_rpt_billingsALL;1.CustID} and {tek_sp_rpt_billingsALL;1.Vendor} <> '0')

The CASE "ALL":works but not the CASE {?Customer}:. I appreciate somebody can help me. Thanks

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RE: Parameter Field value equal to table.field value?

I resolved my own problem. Below is the my fixed

   select {?Customer}
 CASE "ALL": ({@Custid} = {tek_sp_rpt_billingsALL;1.CustID} and {tek_sp_rpt_billingsALL;1.Vendor} <> '0')
 CASE {?Customer}: ({@Custid} = {?Customer} and
        {tek_sp_rpt_billingsALL;1.Vendor} <> '0')

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