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excluding report data when charting

Posted on 2011-02-22
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I have created a report that shows all the data I need and it is grouped by date in weekly buckets.  The value is summarized by week and charted.  I have a specific date I need to exclude from the chart, but keep in the report data.  How do I do it.  Im running crystal XI on  oracle database.
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by:mlmcc
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The only way is to exclude it from the report data.

Can you create a group that doesn't include the date?

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You could build a subreport just for the chart using a different dataset.
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by:pkejsn
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Thanks for the feedback, actually i did the reverse creating a subreport for the data that I wanted in the report but not charted. I just put that in the report footer at the end of the main data set.  Thanks much!
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