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Fetch first row from two files in crystal reports

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hi, i'm using crystal reports to show a purchasing data like this:

PO =1 Item =A Line =10 RORC = 0 RORN = ' '
PO =1 Item =A Line =20 RORC = 0 RORN = ' '
PO =1 Item =A Line =30 RORC = 0 RORN = ' '
PO= 1 Item =B Line =40 RORC = 1 RORN = '1001'
PO =1 Item =B Line =50 RORC = 1 RORN = '1001'
PO =1 Item =B Line= 60 RORC = 1 RORN = '1001'

how can I get just the first row for the item B in the result ?? like this

PO= 1 Item =A Line =10 RORC = 0 RORN = ' '
PO =1 Item =A Line =20 RORC = 0 RORN = ' '
PO =1 Item =A Line =30 RORC = 0 RORN = ' '
PO =1 Item =B Line =40 RORC = 1 RORN = '1001'

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by:peter57r
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You need to explain what rule is being applied here.
(Why are you showing all the As and only one of the Bs?)
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by:James0628
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Are these detail records?

 Do you have any groups on the report?

 The first thing that comes to mind is to use suppression.  That will be simpler if you have a group on PO (or whatever defines a set of "A" and "B" records).  Keep in mind that with suppression, CR is still reading the records.  It's just not showing them.  If a PO could have hundreds of "B" records, CR could be reading a lot of unnecessary records.  In a case like that, it would probably be better to change the data, if possible, so that CR only gets the first "B" record (eg. create a query that only sends the desired records).  Also, if you're using any of the CR summary functions, they will include the suppressed records.

 James
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thanks for your help, I found a solution by myself, I've created a sql expression on the same file ( it is possible ) and fetches just the first row.. and added a formula that activate the sql expression with a condition ..finally I've added the formula to the selection record ..

thanks,
Louis
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Glad you worked it out.

 James
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