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expression builder help

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Pritesh_karma, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Pritesh_karma

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    in a report ive designed, im trying to use the expression builder.
    im hoping that what i can do is select a record. get a total count, a
    count where it equals 1, a count where it equals 2.
    for the total count, i use ==Count(PROCUREMENT!INSTITUTION_ID) as my
    control source.
    Im sure theres a way to get a count for records equal to 1 and records
    equal to 2.

    What would i have to put in the control source.
    =(Count(PROCUREMENT![2A]=2)) i tried this, dosnt seem to work.
     
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  3. Douglas J Steele

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    =Sum(Abs(PROCUREMENT![2A]=2))

    or

    =Sum(IIf(PROCUREMENT![2A]=2,1,0))

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    "Pritesh_karma" <pritesh01@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:1152265251.062235.43250@s13g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
    > in a report ive designed, im trying to use the expression builder.
    > im hoping that what i can do is select a record. get a total count, a
    > count where it equals 1, a count where it equals 2.
    > for the total count, i use ==Count(PROCUREMENT!INSTITUTION_ID) as my
    > control source.
    > Im sure theres a way to get a count for records equal to 1 and records
    > equal to 2.
    >
    > What would i have to put in the control source.
    > =(Count(PROCUREMENT![2A]=2)) i tried this, dosnt seem to work.
    >
     
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