There are times where you have multiple companies in QQube, and you want to choose from a list of customers, accounts, jobs, etc that apply to only one company - instead of having a list of customers from all companies. This can be accomplished using a Crystal Reports Feature called Cascading Parameters.
Using the sales_(qqube10.x).rpt example in the QQube Configuration Tool we will create a cascading paramters that will allow us to choose from a list of customers, dependent upon the company you choose.We need three pieces to make this work:
First, invoke the Database Expert in Crystal Reports:
Double Click on the Add Command:
In the Add Command Window, enter a Custom SQL Statement like the following:(In this example we are linking the company name with the customer dimension).
Click OK again:
Click OK when you see this warning message:
Click OK when you see the second warning message:
Call this Parameter 'Customer' and Choose Dynamic (Use 'String' as default type):
Next, Choose the Company Name as the First Data Source:
Notice the Value Options highlighted in green:
Now Create the second list (which will be dependent upon the first parameter):
Fill in the Value Options for this second parameter as follows:
Open up the Record Formula Selection window:
Assign the newly created Customer Name parameter (NOT the Company Name parameter) to the Customer Name field:
Now, when we refresh the report we will see one set of customers if we choose one company:
And another set of customers if we choose a different company:
For more on cascading parameters, look in the Crystal Reports Help Menu.
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