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I've tried with customer support but I am getting no where so I am curious if anyone out there knows if the following is a bug or if I'm doing something wrong.
As I said previously, we are trying to use the same field - and it doesn't matter if you try to load it from our own fex (which you say is not formed correctly) or directly out of the database - it still doesn't work.
Let's say I want my users to be able to run a report for cars whose sales were greater than a certain amount but less than a different amount.
Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong?This message has been edited. Last edited by: Kerry,
Since you said you clicked on the toolbar and clicked on the plus button, it sounded to me like you re-chained them. I don't understand how you and I can run the same thing against the same version of WebFOCUS and have different results.
I guess I wasn't clear - the basic chaining is working for me as well. It's when I apply chaining logic - greater than, or greater than or equal to that doesn't work. I believe that is what I provided in the HTML above.
After days of telling me to do things that I wasn't trying to do and telling me that it works those ways, and then asking me why I'm trying to do it the way I'm trying to do it, the guy who was assigned to the case finally says "I think it's a bug"....