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How to see page header in the drill down view?

In Crystal Report 2008, I found when drill down by clicking the group name, the page header will not appear in new view .

How can I make the page header available in every view when drill down?

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    Posted on Oct 30, 2008 at 02:08 PM

    Hi Xiao Zang,

    Go in File--Report Options and click on Show all Headers on Drill Down and check in your report for headers.

    Thanks,

    Sastry

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    Posted on Oct 30, 2008 at 11:17 AM

    HI Again.

    Make a duplicate section, put the headers in this.

    If it is on detail level. Supress if duplicated.

    And you might also want to 'hide when empty' on the section.

    Good Luck

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      Hello Ingrid

      You mean to make a duplicate section of "Page Header" or "Group Header"?

      1. If I put the page header in a duplicated "Group Header" and this group's drilldown level is 1, the header will not be displayed when I navigate to drill down level 3. I use dynamic header for different levels.

      2. If I put the page header in a duplicated "Page Header", it does not work.

      Actually, why I am asking is I saw a sample drill down report, but unfortunately, I don't know why it works. In this sample, the header information is in section "page header"(not a duplicated section) and it appears in all level drill down.

      The sample drilldown.rpt in at:

      https://smpdl.sap-ag.de/~sapidp/012002523100006010272008E/feature_smpl.zip

      It would be greate if you could take a look, thanks!

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