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Hi, i can do this in the SQL side however i'm curious if i can do this from the Report Painter/Synonym side.
I have a list of people (Family name) and a field (e.g. has car) which marks a 0 (No) and 1 (Yes). In my report i have that has car columned summed and grouped by person. I would like to have it so that it only shows people which have that car column summed as 0 or less than 1. How am i able to do this
I find it hard to believe that i cant get this going but i know i'm missing something?
Note that i did try to create where/if clause on that has car column however that is not correct as a person (family) can have more than 1 car and the where looks at per record and not the grouped by sum.This message has been edited. Last edited by: <Kathryn Henning>,
Thanks for your reply, yes i did basic training and the solution you provided does not work because of the note i mentioned.
Example: Name make has car John Doe acura 1 Jane Doe null 0 jack johnson vw 1 web focus null 0
i want it to show name does not have car name make has car web focus null 0
your solution when i applied it which is what i was doing as well just hides john doe's car of acura but shows jane doe (however i need it grouped by family) which is not correct because the family as a car so they should not show up. this is where i was saying that i believe the where/if looks at each row however can i do a where/if on a group?