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Crystal Reports - How to Combine Two Formulas

Hi Experts,

I'm trying to combine two formulas for one data element.  How can I combine the following statement?

{table_visit} in 20090101.00 to 20090131.00
and
{table_visit} in 20080101.00 to 20080131.00

What should appear is a name of a person who visited our location once in the month of January 2009 and once in January of 2008.

Thanks!
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byd2k
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mlmccCommented:
Use OR instead since obviously a single date field cannot be in both ranges.

mlmcc
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byd2kAuthor Commented:
Part of the criteria is two date ranges.

If this person visited us sometime in January of 07 and sometime in January 08, show their name on the report.
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mlmccCommented:
Selectionis done one record at a time so unless you have 2 date fields you will have to select all people who visited in either range then suppress those who only visited in one range.

Depending on the database you may be able to do something like

SELECT A.Name, A.Date, B.Date
FROM VisitTable A INNER JOIN VisitTable B ON A.Name = B.Name
Where A.Date In 20090101.00 to 20090131.00
AND B.Date IN 20080101.00 to 20080131.00

Are the dates stored as numbers?

mlmcc
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