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Formatted search - is it posible to reference another row


Is it possible in query to reference another(previous) row.

eg. I have counted a value in UDF in RDR1 on a first row, and now I want to copy this counted value to next row. Is this possible via formatted search?

- Jukka Nevalainen

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    Posted on Jan 12, 2005 at 11:11 AM


    Matrix lines can´t be accessed using variable numbers.

    But I think you can do it another way. Use 2 formatted searches, one to put the value of the current line in header field(or user field ). Execute it when the total amount of the document is changed (it is changed each time you add a line).

    Use another formatted search which reads the value in that header field (or user field). Execute it when the item number column is changed.

    I have made something similar, and it works.


    Ibai Peñ

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