crystal report format

Posted on 2007-10-02
Last Modified: 2013-12-17
Hi all, i have a problem regarding format of Crystal report, where im displaying data from Sql Server 2000 table.
Table has following fields- date, col1, col2, col3.
Now, the data in report should be displayed as:-

col1      col2         col3
col1      col2         col3
col1      col2         col3
can anyone sort out this problem??
thanks in advance
Question by:Amritpal Singh
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    Accepted Solution

    I don't understand what the problem is.

    If these are individual records then you just lay out the detail section as you want it.
    If you are trying to group by date then again you do that and lay out the 3 columns in the detail section.

    Perhaps you can provide an example of what is not working for you.
    LVL 42

    Assisted Solution

    I think you need Report -> Group Expert.  Select {Date} as the field to group by and then drag the date field into the group header.  Put your other columns in the details section side by side and you'll have what you're asking for.

    LVL 17

    Expert Comment

    Group by DATE...Ascending...

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    Forced accept.

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