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We have a custom field that lists the projectname on an opportunity, new_projectname. Now, many of the opportunities will have the same project name, so at the moment the parameter available variables will look like:
Project A etc.
Is there a way of "reducing" this so any variables with the same name are combined like:
The actual report produces with the selected projects, so the parameter works, just looks a bit messy.
Any help greatly appreciated!
How are you populating the list of parameters ? If you're populating them from a SQL query, then you can just use a Distinct or Group By clause in the query to get unique values
That seems so obvious now, thanks so much! How might I do this if it were in fetchxml?
refer below post
two most ignored features of fetchxml
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