Only want to see single records

I have an issue with a Crystal Report that is showing too many records based on the records selected!

I have 2 tables, my main STK_Stock table, keyed on STK_StockCode and my STK_Location table which contains multiple records per STK_StockCode linked to Loc_StockCode.

Within the STK_Location table there is a LOC_Physical column which I want to sum on STK_StockCode.

I have tried (or I think I have) all variations of Groups and joins but I am unable to acheive my goal of producing a single line per STK_StockCode that contains the sum of the LOC_Physical from the STK_Location table.

I hope that makes and sense and someone can help!

Many thanks

Steve
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mlmccCommented:
Are you trying to return a single record from the database or show 1 line in the report?

mlmcc
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ABM SupportIT SupportAuthor Commented:
I'm trying to show a single line in the report per STK_StockCode

Steve
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ABM SupportIT SupportAuthor Commented:
I have resolved this now....my output line was in the detail section and not the Group, which then automatically removed the duplicates

Thanks for your response mimcc
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