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How do I count all the "True" values from a column that contains "True" and "False"

Posted on 2009-07-12
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Hi, I am working with a table with several columns that contain "True" and "False" values. The table name is TblDocumentation. I need to be able to have a summary section that counts the number of occurences of "True" for each column.

TblDocumentation
Column names: DocId (Number), Diagnosis (Boolean), Problems (Boolean), Procedures (Boolean)

Summary Section:
Number of Diag completed =  Count(Diagnosis) when True
Number of Problems completed =  Count(Problems) when True
Number of Procedures completed =  Count(Procedures) when True

There are no groups required for this report at the moment. How do get these counts to work?

Thanks

Hiran
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Hi,

I found the solution for this question in the knowledge base:

If {TblDocumentation.FlushLineOrederd} = True then
    1
else
    0
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