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Crystal Reports formula - only want to show null values for a field

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I have a report that I only need to look at the items if there is a null value in the date field.  I cannot seem to get the formula correct to only show the null values.

Any ideas?  The field is LabelDate
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Question by:Kim Williamson
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by:plusone3055
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just do a conditional supress formula for that field

  NOT isnull ({lbldate})

then it should only display those that are null
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mlmcc earned 2000 total points
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Use the record selection

IsNull({LabelDate})

You can also use suppression as mentioned above but put it on the section so you don't see any of the data for that record.

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by:mlmcc
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Are you usiing multiple tables?
If so is the date field on the joined table?

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by:Kim Williamson
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This worked great. Thanks
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