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Crystal Report Nested Grouping Problem, Duplicate record

Post Author: paltapas4

CA Forum: General

Hi,

I am facing problem while creating 2 individual groups in Crystal report 10.0 .

My first group is Quarter & 2nd one is Department. When I created 2nd group it comes automatically under 1st group i.e Quarter, that why departments are duplicating under quarter. But I want to create 2 individual group.

Present Report output

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1st Group u2013 2008 Quarter1

2nd Group u2013 Test1 department

2nd Group u2013 Test2 department

2nd Group u2013 Test3 department

2nd Group u2013 Test4 department

1st Group u2013 2008 Quarter2

2nd Group u2013 Test1 department

2nd Group u2013 Test2 department

2nd Group u2013 Test3 department

2nd Group u2013 Test4 department

1st Group u2013 2008 Quarter3

2nd Group u2013 Test1 department

2nd Group u2013 Test2 department

2nd Group u2013 Test3 department

2nd Group u2013 Test4 department

1st Group u2013 2008 Quarter4

2nd Group u2013 Test1 department

2nd Group u2013 Test2 department

2nd Group u2013 Test3 department

2nd Group u2013 Test4 department

Report output expected

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1st Group u2013 2008 Quarter1

1st Group u2013 2008 Quarter2

1st Group u2013 2008 Quarter3

1st Group u2013 2008 Quarter4

2nd Group u2013 Test1 department

2nd Group u2013 Test2 department

2nd Group u2013 Test3 department

2nd Group u2013 Test4 department

Please help me out. Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Tapas

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    Posted on May 29, 2008 at 01:41 PM

    Post Author: sharonmtowler

    CA Forum: General

    you created 1 group for the qtr, and then you created a group for department. if you place the department in the group header it should only return the 1st value it hits, and supress the duplication. is that what you did?

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