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crystal report line graph (3 fields)

I have created a graph in the report. If I look at chart expert , it is a line chart and on the data tab , I have 2 fields

under on change of tab and one field in the show values. The field in the show values shows up as sum of field.

And it is does not display the actual/original field value. I need for the line graph on the y axis to

display the actual/orginal value on the report.

Can you please let me know if you have seen this issue before?

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 05:50 PM


    depending on what version of CR you have, you should be able to go to the chart expert > data > click on the show value and choose "don't summarize"...this will eliminate having the summary and give you the original value.


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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 06:19 PM


    Create a formula and use the field that you've used in the 'Show Values area'. For eg: if my Show values has Last Year Sales, my formula would be like this:

    {Last Year Sales}

    Use this formula in the Show Values area instead of the field itself. You should be able to click on the 'Don't summarize' button now.

    Also, if you want to show Individual values instead of the summarized values, you could also try this:

    1) Go to Chart Expert > Data tab > the drop-down shows 'On Change of' by default. Change that to 'For Each Record' and select the field that you would like to show.

    Hope this helps!


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