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crystal report (vs2005) - summary field1 evaluate after summary field2

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hi,

In my cross-tab crystal report. I want to put some formula on Summary field1.
But i want the formula calculate it after summary field2.

for example
the result of summary field 2 is 2
i want summary field1 to get that result and do some calculaion

I try to use EvaluatAfter(x), etc ... not working well. please advise,
Tommy

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by:mlmcc
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There is  no way that I am aware of to control the order of evaluation in a cross tab.

Perhaps if the crosstab is based on formula fields then you could control the order.

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by:musalman
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Why don't u use the result of summary field 2 IN Summary Field 1?
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by:hongclub
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what i do is, i hide the summary2, then put the summaryfields 2 as the first object ( so it can be executed first), then summaryfield1 can use the result of summaryfield2 to do calculation.

but i definitely want to put the summaryfields2 at the end ... cuz when i hide the summaryfield2, it left some empty space, so it affected my layout a little bit.
Tommy
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by:mlmcc
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Crystal by default evaluates from top to bottom and left to right.

You may be able to use a formula like

SF2_Field
{fieldfor SF2}

SF1
EvaluateAfter({SF2_Field});
formula for SF1

mlmcc
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by:hongclub
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Thanks for the input ....

one question ...

How can i do EvaluateAfter({SF2_Field}), i try it before, but not success, maybe my syntax is wrong or something.

cuz SF2_field is one of the summary field in cross-tab .... it is max_something .... so how can i refer to this?

Please advise,
Tommy
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by:mlmcc
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You can't.  You need to create a formula that gets the value you want then you could evaluate after the formula.

It is possible that you then can't use the formulas in a cross tab.  That I don't know

mlmcc
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by:hongclub
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yeah, that's what happened, actually all my summary fields are formulas ... so when i do EvaluateAfter(formula for Summary Fields2}), it didn't really refer to the time when display summary field2.

Tommy
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No, it means evaluate Formula1 after formula2 for that record.

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by:musalman
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Better if you attach Report with Data Saved in it.
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pretty good!
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