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Difference between First and last record

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Could any one tell me how to find the difference between first and last record in crystal reports
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by:analliah
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what is the field type
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by:mlmcc
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I assume you mean the difference between the value of a field in the first record and the same field in the last record.

Try this idea.  I assume it is a numeric field?
In the report header add a formula
Name - GetFirstValue
WhilePrintingRecords;
GLobal NumberVar FirstRecordValue := {YourFIeld};

In the report footer
WhilePrintingRecords;
GLobal NumberVar FirstRecordValue;
FirstRecordValue - {YourFIeld}

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by:mlmcc
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If you mean between the whole records then you would need to use a variable for each field and do the appropriate comparison in the report footer

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by:P_Ramprathap
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Hi mlmcc

 iam new to crystal reports , i got what your saying , but the think is how to i add a formula field in Header and footer , do we have formula field seprate for Header and footer , if so , could you please tell me how to do it .
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by:analliah
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Formulas are created the smae way regadless where they are being used.

just create 2 formula, first
Name - GetFirstValue
WhilePrintingRecords;
GLobal NumberVar FirstRecordValue := {YourFIeld};
 then
 second
WhilePrintingRecords;
GLobal NumberVar FirstRecordValue;
FirstRecordValue - {YourFIeld}


Now just drag your first formula and drop it in the header and the second formula in the footer...

How to create a formula?
 on your report field, left or right depends.. you should see formula in the tree...right click and choose new formula
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by:P_Ramprathap
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Do you mean , i drag the formula field into Header and hide it if i dont require to show it right ? am i correct
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by:analliah
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Yes
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by:P_Ramprathap
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Great , it worked thanks a lot
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by:P_Ramprathap
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How do i do the same if i nee to insert the section 2 into page header ?
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by:analliah
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could you explain more about your situation.
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by:analliah
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If you have a screen shot of your design view that would be great. or just attach your report and change the extension to .doc
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You can add a "second" report header section (if that is what you mean) by right clicking the report header in the left margin and clicking INSERT SECTION BELOW

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Thanks a lot , it worked
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