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Multiple parameters selected and need to print all on header

User can select up to 10-15 product codes from a default list, and then wants all selected to print on the header for verification.

Min and max gives first and last, but how to print all?

Thanks

Rod

Edited by: Rod Strycker on Jul 17, 2011 1:56 AM

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    Posted on Jul 18, 2011 at 02:20 AM

    Jason

    Thanks for the info.

    Yes, just the values, and our software uses CR V10.

    Thanks again.

    Rod

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    Posted on Jul 17, 2011 at 01:52 AM

    Take a look at this thread. It's dealing with exactly the same issue... [How to Join from Dynamic Parameter Value and String?|how-to-join-from-dynamic-parameter-value-and-strin]

    Also, what version of CR are you using?

    In the thread I referenced above, I have a sample report that's built in CR XI R2. If you're using CR XI R2 or earlier, pay attention to the "outer shell/inner main report" structure. It's the only way to pass multi-valued parameters to a command in that's version and earlier. If you are using 2008 or later you can pass them straight to the command with out jumping through all of the hoops.

    HTH,

    Jason

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    Edited by: Jason Long on Jul 16, 2011 8:53 PM

    Sorry Rod, had you confused with another poster that had mentioned the use of commands in another post.

    The thread posed above is still relevant, but relies on at least a basic understanding of SQL. If you are using Linked tables there other ways...

    Question... Are you wanting to show the parameter's values or the parameter's descriptions?

    Hint: Values are easy... descriptions are quite a bit tougher.

    Jason

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    Posted on Jul 18, 2011 at 03:51 PM

    Thanks Sastry and Jason

    Simple, only if you know how to do it!

    Rod

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