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Crystal Report - SUM Values (variables) from sub report

Posted on 2013-06-26
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Attaches is a crystal report that has a single sub report in which I declare several values and call in the main report. I use one of these values to calc. "Line Hours" in a formula. I need to sum the result of this field in the FOOTER.

I have seen this done before but cannot remember or find the correct steps.

Examples from crystal report:
Date: 6/26/2013
gallon line hours: 21.17
Quart line hours: 9.65
Pail line hours: 1.18
Drum: .39

Want to display the total of these values in the footer: 32.39
Production-Planning-Dashboard.rpt
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Add a formula to the report header and the group 1 header

WhilePrintingRecords;
Global NumberVar LineHoursTotal;
LineHoursTotal := 0;
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Try using this as the #Line Hours

WhilePrintingRecords;
shared numbervar changeover;
shared numbervar scheduledqty;

Global NumberVar LineHoursTotal;

Local NumberVar numOut := 0;

If {@packgroup}="sink pac" then
    numOut := scheduledqty / 25
Else If {@packgroup} IN ["gallon", "quart", "pail", "drum"] then
    numOut := changeover * 0.25;

 If {@packgroup} = "gallon" then
    numOut  := numOut  + scheduledqty  / 125
Else  If {@packgroup} = "quart" then
    numOut  := numOut  + scheduledqty  / 85
Else  If {@packgroup} = "pail" then
    numOut  := numOut  + scheduledqty  / 130
Else  If {@packgroup} = "drum" then
    numOut  := numOut  + scheduledqty  / 25;

LineHoursTotal := LineHoursTotal + numOut ;

numOut  

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In the group 1 footer add a formula

WhilePrintingRecords;
Global NumberVar LineHoursTotal;
LineHoursTotal

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mlmcc
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by:kelsanit
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Worked perfect!
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