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crystal automatically creates an "other" group... why?

crystal automatically creates an "other" group... why?

crystal automatically creates an "other" group... why?

I've got my records grouped by a name field called "rep".  Instead of grouping all of the fields correctly, crystal takes 2 or 3 of the names and sticks them in an "other" group... does anyone know why or how I can stop this?

RE: crystal automatically creates an "other" group... why?

Check your data and be sure that these items belong to that group.  Make sure there are no duplicate entries in the database

RE: crystal automatically creates an "other" group... why?

I checked, and yes items definitely ARE a part of the group and there is no duplicate data either.  I checked the sql against another report that IS grouping correctly (it's reporting off of an almost identical table) and there is no difference that I can see between them.


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