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Crystal Report - 2 Commands in one report

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Hi All,

I have created two command in Crystal Report (oledb) as I am using Access database.

When it runs, each command retrieves multiple records. I want to show the report like when one command has received or showed all the records then 2nd command should start showing records. It is just like a manual grouping.

for Example
in Detail Section
fields from command1
fields from command2

as I mentioned above each command has multiple records so it is displaying first record from command1 and then first record from command2 and then 2nd record from command1 and 2nd record from command 2 and so on...

I want it to show all records from command1 first and then start command2.

I tried to insert another details section but the same result.

is there any possiblities to do that?
Feb 4 '08 #1
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mafaisal
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Hello

Fist up all Make fields from command1 r make as one rport
and command2 r another
then take new one and add these 2 r sub reports

i thing that working

Try

Faisal


Hi All,

I have created two command in Crystal Report (oledb) as I am using Access database.

When it runs, each command retrieves multiple records. I want to show the report like when one command has received or showed all the records then 2nd command should start showing records. It is just like a manual grouping.

for Example
in Detail Section
fields from command1
fields from command2

as I mentioned above each command has multiple records so it is displaying first record from command1 and then first record from command2 and then 2nd record from command1 and 2nd record from command 2 and so on...

I want it to show all records from command1 first and then start command2.

I tried to insert another details section but the same result.

is there any possiblities to do that?
Feb 10 '08 #2

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