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Here’s the scenario:
I have two tables, one is Salary Statement and another one is Salary Statement Details.
Salary Statement Table
Salary Statement Details Table
Total Allowances is a calculated column in Salary Statement table. Total Allowances column value comes from Salary Statement Details table. Salary Statement Details table have all the allowances as a row.
Now, I want to create a report in NAV to Show all the Salary Statement table’s fields and all the related rows from Salary Statement Details table as Column and ultimately it will look like:
Here the allowance, bonus and deduction fields are added as columns which were in rows of earlier table.
How can I do that? Thanks in advance.
You could create FlowFields with the Method "Lookup".
Have a look in Table 5065 "Interaction Log Entry", Field 39 "Contact Name"
May be you can make a Matrix Report for this. RDLC Report Matrix will be easier.
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