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Annual Report

Annual Report

Annual Report

(OP)
Can anyone help me with creating an annual report.
I have now quarterly reports based on some set of dates it gives me number of records affected for some where clause.
DEFINE FILE MYFILE
BEGinDATE/YYMD DFC 20 YRT 00='&Begin_date';
ENDDATE/YYMD DFC 20 YRT 00='&End_date';
KOUNT1/D12=IF
(SOMEFIELD1 GE BEGINDATE) AND
(SOMEFIELD1 LE ENDDATE) THEN 1
          ELSE 0;
KOUNT2/D12=IF SOMEFIELD2 GE BEGINDATE
 AND SOMEFIELD2 LE ENDDATE
AND SOMETHINGELSE EQ 'somevalue' THEN 1
          ELSE 0;
END
TABLE FILE MYFILE
SUM
    KOUNT1 AS 'DISPLAY1' OVER
    KOUNT2 AS 'DISPLAY2'
END.
The generated report is
     display1  (value1)
     display2  (value2)
how do I create an annual report with all same counts but for 4 different quarters. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
I am looking forward to create a report as follows
           Qtr1        Qtr2       Qtr3      Qtr4
display1   value11     value12    value13   value14
display2   value21     value22    value24   value24

Thanks a bunch.
-P

RE: Annual Report

Define a field for quarter (1-4) and add;

ACROSS quarter

to your report.

RE: Annual Report

(OP)
Thank you! It works !
-P

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