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How do I drill-down a crystal reports cross tab report

Posted on 2011-02-12
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Joined Orders, Orders Details, Product tables of xtreme.mdb. Using VS2008 Crystal Reports Cross-Tab report.

 how can i create a cross-tab report first showing Country in Rows, count of OrderID
e.g Brazil 6

Then drill down to :

Belo Horizonte      1
Distrito Federal      1
Rio de Janeiro      1
Rio Grande do Sul      1
São Paulo      2

Then

Drill-down São Paulo      2

To Show

row level detail :

Country,Region,Contact Position,Position,Ship Via,Product Name,Order ID
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Crosstabs are all about summarizing data.  I think you more of a regular report where you can drill into the groups and eventually into the details.

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