I'm working on some financial reports using CR XI going against a BO Universe (BOE XI). I'm having some serious issues because the query formed by Crystal is always formed using the DISTINCT command -- this is removing several "commonly occuring" GL entries from my report (all transactions of 100 dollars are represented by only one record).
Is there anyway to force the universe to return duplicate records? I have complete control of both the Universe and and the report file.
After a lot of discussion with BO it turns out that this is (suprise) an acknowledge bug that has been resolved in CR XI R2. You can fetch the download here - http://www.businessobjects.com/products/reporting/crystalreports/xi_r2.asp
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