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Gognos Grouping issue in Data

Posted on 2013-12-16
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Hi,

I have an issue building a report in grouping and summing. I have a group with different customers. I want to show only the first customer name as attached. Then I sum numbers.

Hope there is a way.

BR
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Group over all the fields except customer name, and for cutomer use Min(customer_name) which will give you just one value, presumably the right one when loking at you screenshot
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it works with some tricks.
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B-) Glad I could help. Thx for the points and grade.
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