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Crystal 2008 Summary formula

Posted on 2013-06-25
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Hello All,
Iam facing a situation where
lets say
the report looks like below say there is a field Rx#.If Rx# is zero then the summary which is the count of Rx# should be zero.If there is a value in rx# other than zero then the summary should count the rx# which are not zero.
Please help.
Thanks.
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Create a new formula, which will be used to count (or not count) each row returned:


If {table.rxfield} = 0
then 0
else 1

Drop this formula onto your report in the detail section.

Right click on it and you should see a choice to Insert a Summary.

Choose to SUM the field, and place it into the group footer or report footer. If you have multiple footers, you can actually copy and paste the inserted summary into all of them and it will automatically sum for that section. You can also place them in report header and group headers if you want to see the totals on top.
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