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Repeated area values are getting repeated

Hi,

I have created a repetitive area to calculate the tax break up.

The tax break up is repeating twice for each row

e.g

BED 10

Cess 2

H cess 1

again

BED 10

cess 2

H Cess 1

Total

BED 20 instead of BED 10

Cess 4 instead of BED 4

HCess 2 instead of BED 2

What could be the problem

Thanks

Md.nazeer Shaikh

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2011 at 03:37 PM

    Hi Nazeer.....

    Please be sure that you have only one repetitive area.

    But As I know we place Tax Details not in repetitive area but in Document Footer.

    I think you two Line Items so getting repeated two times.....

    But I would suggest you to go with Crystal Report....

    Regards,

    Rahul

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 12:24 PM

    Md.nazeer Shaikh

    Reason for tax break up is repreating twice for each row is below

    You may created one database field in Page Header/Footer or Start of Report/End of Report which hase child table linked

    That is why the tax break up is getting repeated twice for each row.

    If you delect/modify to parent table link in that database field. you problem will be solve

    Thanks

    Prasad

    Edited by: PRASAD V on Dec 9, 2011 5:55 PM

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