Isolating records for a report

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Crystal Reports 11
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Current Syntax: IsNull ({DISPOSITION.DISPOSITION}) AND {HEARING.OFFICERID}=987 AND {HEARING.HEARING_DATE}<CurrentDate I am trying to isolate appeals that need to be rescheduled. They can be rescheduled multiple times, and I end up with a lot of appeals in my results that have already been rescheduled. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. This will allow us to go paperless if we can isolate these records for reschedules. Thanks! Babeas

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Crystal Reports XI

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  • carlosdl
    Hi babeas, welcome to ITKE.  Anyone wanting to help you will need more details about your database design.    How do you identify appeals that need to be rescheduled?, and how would you identify a rescheduled appeal and relate it to the original one?
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