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How to reset the record number on change of a group?

Posted on 2003-11-17
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Dear experts,

In my crystal report, I want to display the reocrd number of each group. like the following:

Group I:
Item             Name
   1                  A
   2                  B

Group II:
 Item             Name
   1                   C
   2                   D

Currently, I am using VB.Net to develop the report and the records are in one dataset. My problem is I cannot reset the record number when there is a group change. In what way may I acheive this? Thank for any help!!

Alex
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Question by:alessandro_31
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Ken Turner earned 50 total points
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In CR8.0 I would do the following:

Create a Running Total Filed, in which the Summary does a Count of (for example) your Name field, Evaluate for each record, and Reset on change of group.
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by:mlmcc
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Excellent idea.  Which version of Crystal?

mlmcc
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by:alessandro_31
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Excellent, Ken. I got it. Thanks very much!!!
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by:nsmasha
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Thanks
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