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Why is this grouping fuction not including all my dates?

Posted on 2014-03-17
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I am tryinh to group my data by 'must ship date.' When I include the 'must ship date' in details, all the dates are shown. However, when I group (only by must ship date) all dates are not included. I am not sure why. I have never had this issue before.
Mar-17--2014-11-45-03-AM-Groupin.pdf
-DS-ShipList-by-ShipDate.rpt
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When you group by a date, there is a new option provided.  You can set the time period for grouping.  For some reason the default time period for dates is Each Week.

Right click the group header in the left margin
Click CHANGE GROUP
At the bottom of the popup change to EACH DAY

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