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Repetition of field values in Crystal Report

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I am trying generate a report in Crystal report.

I made link between tables OCRD,OINV and ORCT by Cardcode and Card name.

I designed report like

Card Name Opening Balance OINV.Doc Toatl ORCT.DocToatl

The issue is,

When I generate the report it gives repetition of values

Eg. XYZ customer has 5 invoice totals 3 payment transaction

it displays 5 invoice totals correctly but in payment column it repets the existing value to match the invoice total rows. It means, ORCT.Doc Total has only 3 transaction but it show 5 rows with existing values again.

Requesting solution solve this problem

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Kalai

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2008 at 07:59 AM

    Hi

    1) Select field what do you want to hav'nt to be dublicated;

    2) Right Click for context menu and select Field Format;

    3) Select tab Common (1-st tab) an check to true the checkbox Omit if duplicate or Omit duplicated.

    It's all.

    I think this can help you.

    Regads

    Sierdna S.

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2008 at 08:42 PM

    Hi

    The issue is related to how you make your payment.Are you doing partial payment or payment on account .Or

    I think it is not the data issue and looks like logic issue .

    Well, you can try with stored procedure provided by the experts and test your solution .I think you have to use RCT1 table instead of ORCT.

    If it's not the logic issue, in crystal report you can use term ,suppress if duplicated to show in one line .

    Hope this works out for you

    Bishal

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2008 at 09:55 AM

    Problem solved special thanks to Andrew Flynn

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    Kalai

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