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List of all the groups in Report Header/Footer

<p>Hi,</p><p> I am working on a report for a facilities dept of a college. This report mainly consists of the room utlilization in a given semester. My acutal question is, can we print list of all groups on the report header or report footer so that the user can have a quick glance and the campuses, buildings and rooms he/she has in the report.</p><p>For example,</p><p>I have the following groups</p><p>Group Level 1 : Loudoun campus</p><p> Group Level 2 : Arts building (AR)</p><p> Group Level 3: Rooms 101, 102, 104, 106</p><p>Group Level 1 : Fairfax campus</p><p> Group Level 2 : Science building (AR)</p><p> Group Level 3: Rooms : 201, 202, 203, 204</p><p>Now, on the report header/Footer I want to print as:</p><p>Loudoun</p><p> AR</p><p> 101</p><p> 102</p><p> 104</p><p> 106</p><p>Fairfax</p><p> SC</p><p> 201</p><p> 202</p><p> 203</p><p> 204</p><p> Is this possible in Crystal?</p><p>Thanks.</p>

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2007 at 05:29 AM

    You can use a subreport to do this. Basically the subreport will have the groups that are on the main report but no details. If you're using parameters to set the selection criteria for the main report, you'll have to pass those parameters to the subreport in the subreport links.

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