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How can you sort by a formula in Crystal Reports 10?
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by:mlmcc
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It depends on the formula.  

In CR8
Open the report
Click REPORT --> SORT Expert
Select the formula

If it is a printtime formula you cannot sort by it.

What is the formula?

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by:vbjohn
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IF Sum({@TotalSaleDollars})<>0 THEN
    {HistoryType.PTTotalSale}%Sum ({@TotalSaleDollars})
Else
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I don't think you can since SUM is inherently a PRINT TIME function.

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by:vbjohn
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Ahhh Rats.
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thanks for your help.  I gave you the points for helping me out.
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Glad i could help

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