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Group formula produces duplicates

Posted on 2011-09-08
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I have the following  group formula in a sub report. It produces duplicate records, any ideas ?

if isnull({ListOfProfDetailCost.CostCard1__Voucher1__OpenAmt}) or ({ListOfProfDetailCost.CostCard1__Voucher1__OpenAmt}=0) then
    "Disbursments (Paid)"
else
    "Disbursments (Unpaid)"
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Wht do you mean it produces duplicate records?

A formula cannot produce duplicates.

The duplicates are produced by the SQL your report uses most likely through an incorrect link between tables.

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mlmcc,

when i remove the group and place a field in the details section 1 record prints but when I add this group i get duplicates. I'm using XML datasource. I verified only one record exists.
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thank you
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