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Crystal Reports .NET

Posted on 2004-04-13
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Hello Expert,
I am using Crystal Reports .NET and C#.NET windows application and I am filling my report with a dataset from a datagrid I was wondering if there is anyway in crystal reports to say if JobID is 1 then dont' display the number 1 but the word Picking and if 2 then displayt he word assembly. Is that possible?
Thanks for your help
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JaniceLaw earned 500 total points
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Try using adding a new formula field to your report and use the following as the formula.

Switch ({JobID}=1,"Picking",{JobID}=2,"Assembly")
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by:jvoros1
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When I try that it says error in formula would you know why?
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by:jvoros1
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I got it thanks i had to put the table name in too tbl_DaysBuildSheet.JobID Thanks for your help
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