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Suppression Formula

Posted on 2011-02-10
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I am trying to write a formula to put in the suppress field:

IF {Orders.WorkCntr} = Program, then {UserDefined1}, Else (needs to be blank)

Thanks!
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Question by:bmessmore
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by:peter57r
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The results of Suppression formula can only be True or False.

So to Suppress , it looks like you need something like ..

{Orders.WorkCntr} <>  Program

but I don't know what you mean by the word Program.
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by:bmessmore
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"Program" is the text in the Work Center Field
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mlmcc earned 250 total points
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I think what you want is a formula to display

IF {Orders.WorkCntr} = "Program" then
    {UserDefined1}
Else
    ""

If you really are trying to suppress then
    {Orders.WorkCntr} <>  "Program"

mlmcc
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by:bmessmore
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Thank you!
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