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Crystal 9: Report Options (Convert NULL Values)

Crystal 9: Report Options (Convert NULL Values)

Crystal 9: Report Options (Convert NULL Values)

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In Crystal 9 there is a new report option 'Convert Other NULL Values to Default' along with the existing 'Convert Database NULL Values to Default'.

We have run into the problem where a running total is returning a NULL value.  As a result our report is incorrect.

We have created a VB program that can run through all of our reports and change report object properties.   However, we are only seeing ConvertNullFieldToDefault which changes the 'Convert Database NULL Values to Default', but does not affect the 'Convert Other NULL Values to Default'.

Does anyone know what the object property is for 'Convert Other NULL Values to Default'?  

Thank you.

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