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Crystal report line chart with null value.

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I have a table with the data:

ID   Value
1      34
2      33
3      null
4      null
5      56

How can I display it with crystal report? I don't want to use isnull(Value, 0) from SQL, and want to hide the line when value is null.

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You can use the select exp3ert to not select those lines
Not IsNull({ValueField})

You can suppress the section with
IsNull({ValueField})

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