Crystal 9 - Is it possible to suppress formula fields - in CROSSTAB report?

Posted on 2008-11-18
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
Is it at all possible to suppress formula summary field in Crystal 9.

Basically I have two summary fields of @duration, one needs to be 'sum' and one needs to be 'max', I want to display max in group 8 ONLY, and display sum in groups 1 - 7, but not in 8.

Have tried suppression, on each individual field in Cross Tab but to no avail.

Look forward to receiving your replies.

IT girl
Question by:ITgirl
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    I don't think it is in your scenario.

    The only information you have in a cell is the CellCurrentValue.  I don't think you have the column number.

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    Thats what I was worried about - that it wasn't possible!  Will have to have a look at a couple of other scenario's with the report customer.


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