I have to come up with a way to extract parts of text in a field. Challenge is that it doesn't always follow the same format. I think there are enough similarities that it can be done but it eludes me as to how to figure it out.
What I need to extract is the amount of weeks directly in front of the "days of the week". Some end in a "w" and some in "wk". I don't want the alpha "w" or "wk" but the 2 digits in front of it. The second part is to extract the dollar value in front of the last "w" for instance 1.99.
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Hot fix for .Net Crystal Reports 10.2.3600.0 to fix problems with sub reports running on 64 bit operating systems
ISSUE: Reports which contain subreports fail with error "Missing Parameter Value"
DEPLOYMENT SERVER OS:
Windows 2008 with 64 bi…
Hope you find this as helpful as we did. We have on the company I work for an application built in Delphi V with Crystal Reports 8.
We all know that Crystal & Delphi can be temperamental sometimes and the worst thing is, nearly…
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