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NEXT and ONLASTRECORD Function in Crytsal Reports

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Hello,
I am using the formulas to do a count based on the condition below. The issue is on the last record, if the condition is true, it displays nothing on the detail section and at the group footer it doesn't count the last record. I undersatand it is  because I am using "Next" in my formula. What should I do get the last record counted when the condition is true. please assist

@Count NPC Resolved
 
WhilePrintingRecords;
Global NumberVar TotalNPC;
 
if {HPD_Search_Assignment_Logs.Assigned_Group} = "NPC" 
and {HPD_Search_Assignment_Logs.Status} in ["Resolved", "Closed"] and
{HPD_Search_Assignment_Logs.Incident_Number} <> next ({HPD_Search_Assignment_Logs.Incident_Number})
then 
(
   TotalNPC := TotalNPC + 1;
 TotalNPC
)
 
 
@ Count NPC Resolved Reset
WhilePrintingRecords;
Global NumberVar TotalNPC:= 0;
 
 
@Count NPC Resolved Footer
WhilePrintingRecords;
Global NumberVar TotalNPC;
If TotalNPC = 0 then
   0
else
   TotalNPC

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Question by:angel7170
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by:peter57r
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I assume we are talking about...
"TotalNPC := TotalNPC + 1;"

Are you saying that you will always want to count the last record or are there still conditions that must apply?
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mlmcc earned 500 total points
ID: 24116463
Try it this way

 
if {HPD_Search_Assignment_Logs.Assigned_Group} = "NPC"
and {HPD_Search_Assignment_Logs.Status} in ["Resolved", "Closed"] and
(OnLastRecord OR
{HPD_Search_Assignment_Logs.Incident_Number} <> next ({HPD_Search_Assignment_Logs.Incident_Number})
)

mlmcc
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by:angel7170
ID: 24118316
Thank you mlmcc. It worked.
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