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Crystal graph

Hello, experts!

I am trying to create a Bar Chart in Crystal which would show the following:

fluctuation of amounts for periods and regions.

I would like REGIONS to be on the bottom, and DATES on the left.

For the Amount I am using the following formula:

if date() = {?pFYStartDate} and Sum ({@fMonth01}, ) <> 0 then Sum ({@fMonth01}, ) else if date() = dateadd('m',1,{?pFYStartDate}) and Sum ({@fMonth02}, ) <> 0 then Sum ({@fMonth02}, )

else if date() = dateadd('m',2,{?pFYStartDate}) and Sum ({@fMonth03}, ) <> 0 then Sum ({@fMonth03}, ) ...... and so on for 12 months

On Change of:

Region

Date

Show Values:

Amount_formula

But this is not working for me.

Please help.

Thanks,

Tanya.

Tat

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2010 at 09:25 PM

    Maybe I didn't explain it well. Let me try again.

    I am looking for the following chart:

    X= locations (horizontally)

    Y= dates (vertically)

    amounts in the middle of the chart.

    Any idea how?

    Thanks.

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  • Posted on Sep 21, 2010 at 09:49 PM

    Hi Tatyana,

    What's not working? Are you getting an error or is the graph not working or formatted correctly?

    Just to throw some suggestions around, if you take that formula and put it onto the report (Detail section or group footer depending on your report), do you see the correct dates?

    It sounds like you have the graph setup correctly, I can't see any problems there.

    Good luck,

    Brian

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  • Posted on Oct 30, 2010 at 04:00 AM
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