Running Totals Reset Crystal Reports

I think Bill's idea is right, but believe the formula has to evaluate for the conditions you need; this is, create a formula assigning a "Y" if the conditions are met and a "N" if not.

IF ({PODetail.PONum} <> {PORel.PONum}) and ({PODetail.POLine} <> {PORel.POLine}) then "Y" else "N"

You reset your RT at change of this field (formula), though it will depend on your sorting and grouping order to have the correct breaks.

Regards.

Roel Martinez
ERP Analyst

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From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Bill King
Sent: Monday, October 04, 2010 11:49 AM
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Subject: RE: [Vantage] Running Totals Reset Crystal Reports

Can you create a formula to concatenate your po/ln number and reset on change of that formula.

BILL R. KING
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Subject: [Vantage] Running Totals Reset Crystal Reports

I am hoping someone can help me with a proper method of using a formula to reset a running total in a Crystal report.

I would like the running total to reset when the following conditions are satisfied:

{PODetail.PONum} <> {PORel.PONum} and {PODetail.POLine} <> {PORel.POLine}

I am trying to create a flat report with no groups to make it easily exportable to excel, which is what management wants. I want the RecDtl.VendorQty to sum into a running total so I can calculate the net balance of an open PO line.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Brian Turner

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I am hoping someone can help me with a proper method of using a formula to reset a running total in a Crystal report.

I would like the running total to reset when the following conditions are satisfied:

{PODetail.PONum} <> {PORel.PONum} and {PODetail.POLine} <> {PORel.POLine}

I am trying to create a flat report with no groups to make it easily exportable to excel, which is what management wants. I want the RecDtl.VendorQty to sum into a running total so I can calculate the net balance of an open PO line.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Brian Turner
Can you create a formula to concatenate your po/ln number and reset on change of that formula.

BILL R. KING
(806).776.4409 Office
(806).749.7119 Fax
(254).592.4397 Cell

________________________________
From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of bturner101@...
Sent: Monday, October 04, 2010 11:26 AM
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Vantage] Running Totals Reset Crystal Reports

I am hoping someone can help me with a proper method of using a formula to reset a running total in a Crystal report.

I would like the running total to reset when the following conditions are satisfied:

{PODetail.PONum} <> {PORel.PONum} and {PODetail.POLine} <> {PORel.POLine}

I am trying to create a flat report with no groups to make it easily exportable to excel, which is what management wants. I want the RecDtl.VendorQty to sum into a running total so I can calculate the net balance of an open PO line.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Brian Turner

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