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Crystal Reports - Need to Add date to the 1st Monday of the week

Posted on 2013-05-20
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I am using a group to organize my expenses by week. My week goes from Monday to Sunday. This formula works great for grouping the data. But I need to add a date for the 1st or last day of the week.
Group Formula - DatePart ("ww",{Cornerstone_Solutions.Date},CrMonday)

Example May 13 (Monday) and May 19 (Last day of my week).

I would like May 13-19, 2013 to appear on the report in the Group Header #1. Currenly all I get is "20" because May 13-19 is the 20th week of the year I am guessing.

Any suggestions?
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Get the Day of the Week number, and subtract or add days accordingly to get the Monday or Saturday.
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For example, using CurrentDate instead of the dates in your database:

ToText(Currentdate - (DayOfWeek(Currentdate) - 2)) & " - " & ToText(Currentdate - (DayOfWeek(Currentdate) - 8))
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