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Peter's solution worked great.  Now I need to roll the results up to show the sub-totals of the records meeting the Group Selection conditions for each DealerID in the Group 1 level.

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Comment from anidac
Date: 10/24/2003 12:07AM EDT  Author Comment  

Opps...  I forgot a Group.  It's like this...

GROUP 1: DealerID-1433
  GROUP 2: SiteID-91234
    SiteID      ServiceOrderID         Date Compete      Service Order Type     Status          DealerID       InstallerID
    91234      846541                    01/15/2003          Install                        Complete     1442             5857
    91234      847987                    02/10/2003          Repair                       Complete     1442             5857
    91234      848912                    02/22/2003          Repair                       Complete     1442             5857
    91234      849235                    04/30/2003          Repair                       Complete     1442             5857
        SUMMARY:  Total Service Orders = 4     Install Count = 1      Repair Count = 3
GROUP 1: DealerID-2987
  GROUP 2: SiteID-64567
    SiteID      ServiceOrderID         Date Compete      Service Order Type     Status          DealerID       InstallerID
    64567      845675                    02/10/2003          Repair                       Complete     6459             1987
    64567      845819                    02/22/2003          Repair                       Complete     6459             1987
    64567      866702                    04/30/2003          Repair                       Complete     6459             1987
        SUMMARY:  Total Service Orders = 3     Install Count = 0      Repair Count = 3


 
Accepted Answer from peter57r
Date: 10/24/2003 03:32AM EDT  Accepted Answer  

Create formula field :

@InstallCount
if serviceordertype = "install" then 1 else 0


@RepairCount
if serviceordertype = "repair" then 1 else 0

In the Group2 footer insert summary fields:

Sum(@InstallCount)
Sum(@RepairCount)

In Report(menu) >Selection>Group Selection

if Sum ({@installcount}, {Tablename.SiteId})>0 and Sum ({@RepairCount}, {Tablename.SiteId})>0 then true else false

Pete




 
Comment from anidac
Date: 10/24/2003 12:29PM EDT  Author Comment  

Peter's solution worked great.  Now I need to roll the results up to show the sub-totals of the records meeting the Group Selection conditions for each DealerID in the Group 1 level.  Any Ideas?
 
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Sorry I've posted the solutoion back in the original thread.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Databases/Crystal_Reports/Q_20776580.html

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