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Delete a Crystal Reports group at runtime in c# or vb?

Posted on 2004-04-28
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Anyone knows how,from c# or vb .Net, to delete a group section in Crystal Reports?
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gregoryyoung earned 250 total points
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define delete the group section ?

If you mean the in the window (i.e. just to hide it thats very easy (a property))

if you want to actually remove grouping its in the DataDefinition of the ReportDocument

DataDefinition.FormulaFields["GroupName"].Text woul be it
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