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Exporting in csv format of data view different

I have created a report when I view the report data it is the correct view.

Example view: 18584 MS12 1 3.0

18584 CS12 2 4.0

18584 TS13 2 5.5

Each row is created by a Group footer. Like 5b, 5c, 5d, 5e

When I export it to a csv format the data view has changed.

Example View: "18584","MS12","1","3.0","18584","CS12","2","4.0","18584","TS13","2","5.5"

One long string of information for each group footer of 5..

The data is correct but not correct format/view..

I hope this makes some sense...

Thanks for your help..

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 09:52 PM

    Please try following things:

    1)what is the result after exporting to text.

    2)if the crystal reports application is not on the highest level of service pack then do so by downloading the service pack from here(service pack 4 being the highest for Release 1 and Release 2):

    http://resources.businessobjects.com/support/additional_downloads/service_packs/crystal_reports_en.asp#CRXIR2

    3)check if there are any sectional supress conditions on these group footers.If yes then what is the result after removing these conditions.

    Thanks

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 08:33 PM

    In the "Separated Vlaues Export Options" dialogue box try removing the double quotes from the "Delimiter"

    The comma (in the Separator value) is there by default as it is CSV (comma separated values).

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