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Details A and Details B

hi iam so sorry i dont know what to do with this issue iam stuck on this , please help me

i have a group e.g. group 1 and 2, each group has a details A and Details b, now i just want to know why this to details is scrambling or mixing

please see images below for your reference thank you

as you can see the details B is going up

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  • Posted on Jul 15, 2016 at 06:08 PM

    They shouldn't be - that's not something Crystal would do on its own, so it looks like it may be a data thing. Un-suppress Group 2 and see whether the first group 2 does not have any data for the first subreport. Another thing this might be showing is a second page for Group1 where the first subreport would show on the previous page.

    -Dell

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    • If you look at what you have labelled as "Details A" in your image above, you'll actually see that the first row and every other row to the end of the page is a Details A row and the second row and every other row to the end of the page is a Details B row. This is how details sections work.

      If you make your Group 1 name object bold, you might get a better view of what the top part of the report is really showing. If all of the data at the top is bold, you'll know that it's showing you a set of Group 1 names that don't have any details.

      -Dell

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