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display n/a in column

Posted on 2016-11-08
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hi there
i am on crystal reports in vs
if the column is empty i want to set n/a string
i need a formula

i try do this :
if({CocDet.GelemMet}="")
then
"N/A"



how can i set it ?

thanks
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Try it this way
Create a formula and put it on the report

if({CocDet.GelemMet}="")  then
    "N/A"
Else
    {CocDet.GelemMet}

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