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I want to create a simple report showing data from a table.
to select the records to print I want to compare 2 fields in the table and only print the record if field1 is less than field2
How can I reach this?
AX 4.0 is too long ago for me. The only thing I can remember is that there are some override methods available on the report sections. On the body, you can then evaluate the condition and skip the super() command if it doesn't meet the condition.
Depending on the number of records in the table, you can also first fill a temporary table with records which should be printed.
yes for me as well...I do have SSRS in my mind.
Can you remember which method it was? fetch?
You can either modify the query at runtime (e.g. adding query ranges) and leave the system to fetch the data for you, or you can override fetch(), delete super() and implement the fetching logic by yourself. There you must pass records to a certain method to get them printed; I think it was send() or something like that. Simply look at other reports in the application; overriding fetch() was quite common.
Thank you very much
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