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Grouping difficulty

Hi,

I'm wondering if this is possible in Crystal Reports. Here are a couple of sample records:

ID-------IDGroup-------Amount

01-------01--------------$4.00

02-------01--------------$1.00

03-------01--------------$3.00

04-------04--------------$2.50

05-------04--------------$1.50

06-------04--------------$1.00

The "Group" field refers to the ID of the parent item. So the first three items belong together, with ID 02 and ID 03 being child items of ID 01. What I would like to do is set up the grouping in Crystal to be something like this:

--ParentItems (Group Header)

-----Child Items (Details)

--ParentItems (Group Footer)

So in this example:

01------$4.00 (Group Header)

---02------$1.00

---03------$3.00

01 (Group Footer)

04-------$2.50 (Group Header)

---05------$1.50

---06------$1.00

04 (Group Footer)

Is it possible to use grouping or filtering formulas in Crystal to pull off something like this?

Thank you.

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  • Posted on Apr 23, 2012 at 04:49 PM

    Hi,

    Create a group on Parent node and select the "Hierarchichal Grouping Options" from Report menu.

    1. Select available groups

    2. Check Sort Data Hirarchically

    3. Select Parent Group ID from drop down and Indent as desired.

    This will help you in showing a parent child nodes in Crystal reports 2008.

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks,

    Jothi

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    • Former Member Jyothirmayee A

      Hi,

      From your example, it looks like your ID Group always come first.

      So, what you can do is:

      1. Create IDGroup as Group; and

      2. In the Record Sorting, sort by ID; and

      3. Put the field ID into Group Header 1; and

      4. In your Detail section, have the following fields

      ID and Amount.

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