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Crystal Formula Assistance required

Posted on 2012-03-14
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I need to do something like this..

Sum({CallDetail.Duration})  if {CallDetail.InternalNum} Not in range of 600 - 699

I don't know how to pull out the range..
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Question by:wshcraft70
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by:peter57r
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Use a running totals field, starting from field explorer.

Specify the Sum of the Duration field;
Evaluate using a formula which would be..

{CallDetail.InternalNum}<600 or {CallDetail.InternalNum} >699

If this is a single total for the report you don't reset; if it's a total per group then you need to Reset on change of group.
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ANother way would be

If {CallDetail.InternalNum}<600 or {CallDetail.InternalNum} >699 then
     {CallDetail.Duration}
Else
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You can then summarize the formula

mlmcc
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