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Issue with Crystal 10 Record Selection

Posted on 2011-03-03
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Hello experts:

I have a report with the following record selection criteria:
 
(({NewThreats.SuspiciousAmountIndicator} = '1' and

{NewThreats.LowAverageBalanceIndicator} = '1' and

{NewThreats.SimilarAmountsIndicator} = '1' and

{NewThreats.UnusualZeroesIndicator} = '1' and

(not isnull({NewThreats.DrawingOnRDPIndicator}) and

{NewThreats.DrawingOnRDPIndicator} = '1'))  or

 
({NewThreats.SuspiciousAmountIndicator} = '1' and

{NewThreats.LowAverageBalanceIndicator} = '1' and

{NewThreats.SimilarAmountsIndicator} = '1' and

{NewThreats.UnusualZeroesIndicator} = '1' and

(not isnull({NewThreats.DrawingOnExposureIndicator}) and

{NewThreats.DrawingOnExposureIndicator} = '1')))
 
I added the criteria below but the results are the same as before
even though there's tons of RDI on the database.

Or
({NewThreats.Hittype} = 'RDI')




 The new formula looks like this:

(({NewThreats.SuspiciousAmountIndicator} = '1' and

{NewThreats.LowAverageBalanceIndicator} = '1' and

{NewThreats.SimilarAmountsIndicator} = '1' and

{NewThreats.UnusualZeroesIndicator} = '1' and

(not isnull({NewThreats.DrawingOnRDPIndicator}) and

{NewThreats.DrawingOnRDPIndicator} = '1'))  or

 

 

({NewThreats.SuspiciousAmountIndicator} = '1' and

{NewThreats.LowAverageBalanceIndicator} = '1' and

{NewThreats.SimilarAmountsIndicator} = '1' and

{NewThreats.UnusualZeroesIndicator} = '1' and

(not isnull({NewThreats.DrawingOnExposureIndicator}) and

{NewThreats.DrawingOnExposureIndicator} = '1')) or

 
({NewThreats.Hittype} = 'RDI')


)



 Thanks

 


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by:JayConverse
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or  ({NewThreats.Hittype} = 'RDI')

needs to be outside the last parenthesis.


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by:peter57r
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Do you have any Null values in HitType?
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mlmcc earned 500 total points
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Can any of the non-null tested fields be NULL?

Have you tried it

({NewThreats.Hittype} = 'RDI')

OR

Original

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by:Kurt Reinhardt
ID: 35028778
Try moving the NULL checks to the top, like attached.
~Kurt
(
  (
    (
      not isnull({NewThreats.DrawingOnRDPIndicator} or
      not isnull({NewThreats.DrawingOnExposureIndicator}
    ) and
    {NewThreats.SuspiciousAmountIndicator} = '1' and 
    {NewThreats.LowAverageBalanceIndicator} = '1' and
    {NewThreats.SimilarAmountsIndicator} = '1' and
    {NewThreats.UnusualZeroesIndicator} = '1' and 
    {NewThreats.DrawingOnRDPIndicator} = '1'
  ) or
  {NewThreats.Hittype} = 'RDI'
)

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by:mlmcc
ID: 35029115
That is not the same since the the tested field after the null test is different.

I thought the same at first.

Is NewThreats the only table in the report?

mlmcc
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by:Kurt Reinhardt
ID: 35029192
Good catch.  Since the "DrawingOn.." fields are set explicitly to = '1', there's no need for a NULL check at all, since if it's '1', it can't possibly be NULL.
(
  (
    (
      {NewThreats.DrawingOnRDPIndicator} = '1' or
      {NewThreats.DrawingOnExposureIndicator} = '1'
    ) and
    {NewThreats.SuspiciousAmountIndicator} = '1' and 
    {NewThreats.LowAverageBalanceIndicator} = '1' and
    {NewThreats.SimilarAmountsIndicator} = '1' and
    {NewThreats.UnusualZeroesIndicator} = '1'
  ) or
  {NewThreats.Hittype} = 'RDI'
)

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