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I am working on a report that has several master file integer fields and several defined integer fields. The requirement is to show the master file fields as zero when there is no value and show defined fields as blanks when there is no value. I am using the SET NODATA = 0 or SET NODATA = ' '. The SET NODATA works for the master file fields but it doesn't effect the defined fields. The defined fields always show 0 when there is no value. I have set the values for the defined fields to 0 and no value but that doesn't seem to do anything when there is no value it always shows zero. Is there any way for me to show 0 for master fields when there is no value and show blanks for defined fields when there is no value?This message has been edited. Last edited by: Kerry,
SET NODATA refers to whether the field is missing (is null in the database), not to it's value. Hence, by definition, a DEFINE field can never be affected by NODATA since it can never be missing (null).
Integer fields can never show a 'blank' since a 'blank' is an alpha character.
That being said, there is a way to "hide" the zero in the defined field using the stylesheet, and that is to make the COLOR attribute the same as the BACKCOLOR whenever the value equals zero: