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Multiple Categories and Multiple summaries

Environment: Crystal Reports 2008 on Oracle database

We have a requirement to have a crystal report showing summarized (total count) values for different categories in a single report. However the catch is that groupings for different categories are different.

For example,

Site -


Total risks at the site----


Mitigated risks----


Unmitigated risks----


Number of users with risks----


Mitigated users----


Non-mitigated users----


Number of user-risk combination----


Here, for the u201CTotal risks at the siteu201D summarized values, the groupings needed are SITE >Users >RISK LEVEL >RISK >PERMISSION >PERMISSIONRISK and for the u201CMitigted risksu201D summarized values, the groupings needed are SITE >Users >RISK LEVEL >RISK-->MITIGATION.

Also, on clicking the summarized values, the report should drill down with respective groupings accordingly.

One approach, we are thinking is to have different sub-reports for each category and click the summarized values to open the corresponding sub-report. However, the question is that whether we get the summarized values of the sub-report to get displayed in a parent report.

Please let us know if anyone has any pointers to solve this requirement.

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  • Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 05:11 PM

    Please re-post if this is still an issue or purchase a case and have a dedicated support engineer work with you directly:∥entCategoryID=&categoryID=11522300?resid=-Z5tUwoHAiwAAA8@NLgAAAAS&rests=1254701640551

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