Hide Group Tree

Posted on 2006-05-12
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
HI, i am coding in aspx.cs code behind.  

I am writting a web application to display crystal reports.

How do i hide the group tree?

Question by:GoldenJag
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    crv1.Reportsource = your report source
    crv1.DisplayGroupTree = False

    crv1 is your viewer control
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    BTW - for C# it would be:

    crv1.DisplayGroupTree = False;

    Also, you can set the default for showing the group tree to false in the control's properties

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    How do I fields on the report from cyrstal XI PRO?  Example:  I have a report and it has 1 to 10 columns.  I only want to show on the report columns 1 to 5 and hide the columns 6 to 10 (note:  I want those columns 6 to 10 and calculations in the columns to stay in design view only).

    Please help how can accomplish this?

    Thank you,
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    by:Fahad Pathan
    In Crystal Report 2008 i.e 12.0 there is no option called .DisplayGroupTree. Then what should I do?

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