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How to put page break when it started a new order No?

Post Author: bunny

CA Forum: Crystal Reports

Hello every one,

I'm new to crystal reports. Since few days I'm start working on Crystal reports.

So, here I'm having problem with two things.

1) I need to create a input parameter that should take multiple order no. I created a parameter with string data type but how it loops through the all the order no?

exmaple: 10345,839384,19283,83749

It should process one by one order no and generate the report.

Note: With one order no its working fine, but not with multiple Order No.

2) Each order no should start with new page, for example if 10345 order no created 2 1/2 pgs report then next order no should start

from next page. Please give me the solution for these two issue.

Thank you and any help will be appreciated.

Regards,

Bunny.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 12:02 PM

    Post Author: UmeshJadhav2002

    CA Forum: Crystal Reports

    hi,

    1) i guess in the first question you are mentioning about prompts. While creating prompts at the bottom of prompt editor you can find Options and their settings. Ensure that Option- Allow Multiple Values is True.

    2) Have you created group on Order no, if not create group on it. You can go to Report->Section Expert, here select that particular group and at right hand side you can find (New page after and New page before). Select Accordingly.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 09:12 PM

    Post Author: bunny

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    Thank you.

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