Business Objects, Crystal reports, 9.0, Like operator

Posted on 2007-08-07
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Last Modified: 2013-11-05
In the database i have column(description), in that i have values as
solar panel
Site Master solar panel
Sleeve solar panel wear
I have made report using crystal report 9,i have created parameter as desc
When i am writing formula
{addinfo.Description} like {?desc}
When i enter solar panel in parameter,i am getting the records for  solar panel but not for
Site Master solar panel
Sleeve solar panel wear
So how can i get all records that contains solar panel
Question by:devdept
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peter57r earned 750 total points
ID: 19643979
Like usually involves wildcard search symbols (* or ?)

In this case you need :
{addinfo.Description} like "*" & {?desc} & "*"


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ID: 19644258
Thanks peter57r
i got my desired ouput

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