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Passing value between sub report and Main report

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In sub report I have accumulating formula in detail line with shared variable, I concatenate  values from this field and then I want to  pass that value in main report . When I check value of formula on detail line is showing right value.
But when I pass shared variable in main report it show last value from sub report detail line twice?
(Sub report is running in main report in section above where shared variable is used.)
I assume that is something with re setting shared variable but not sure I tried to re set it in sub report Header the same, in sub report GH2 not good It show empty in main report.


I have two grouping in Sub report  G1 Student ID  this is connecting field between Main and sub report.
Next Group is Activity Type and then detail line.

So I have something like this.

RH
GH1(StudentID)-----
WhilePrintingRecords;
Shared StringVar DescAcum:="";

GH2(ActivityType)
DL-Here is formula------
WhilePrintingRecords;
Shared StringVar DescAcum;
If {tableA.ActivityType} = "Soccer"  And  {?Semester} = "1" And Month ({TableA.Dateto})= 1.00 then
DescAcum:= DescAcum + {TableA.Description} + ";  ";
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The subreport is run for one StudentID at a time?  You have a group on that in the subreport, but you wouldn't really need a group unless the subreport was being run for more than one StudentID at a time, so I wanted to check.

 That last formula is in a detail section?  I'm guessing that's what "DL" meant.

 You don't have any other formulas that set that variable, and you don't include the formulas that you posted anywhere else in the subreport?

 You could create a formula in the main report that was similar to the first one in the subreport, to declare the variable in the main report, before the subreport is run.  Put that formula in the report header in the main report.  I don't think that's normally necessary, but it would be simple enough to try.

 Other than that, I don't see anything wrong with what you posted.  It might help if you could post the report, so that we could see everything for ourselves.

 James
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by:mlmcc
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I am not sure what your issue is.

Can you provide a screen shot or a sample?

If your subreport has multiple records you will get several descriptions concatenated.

mlmcc
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by:Taras
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thanks a lot.
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by:James0628
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If you've fixed the problem, can you tell us what the fix was?  It might help someone else, but, aside from that, I'm just curious.

 James
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