Our Service Deparment uses a labeling system to ship defective parts back to the vendor. The "basics" of the labels stay the same - part number, part description and "X of Y" (where X is an incrementing number up to the value of Y which is the total number of identical parts being returned). The quantity they return may be different from that in the original order so it is not as easy as pulling the qty from the order. Their label use, for example, is this: out of an order of 10, 6 of the parts are defective and need to be returned. They would want a label for each of the 6 parts so the labels would pull the order details into Crystal and then print the same label 6 times, and use the incrementing X of Y until it gets up to 6. The Crystal Report would require them to input the "single" order number and order line, therefore only returning one record.
With Crystal returning only one record, is it possible to increment to print count until it reaches "Y"? If so, how is it done?