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Baan: Baan 4b2, 4c2,4c3,4c4,5c - DB: Oracle - OS: Unix, NT
Question Default values for a range parameter field


I'm working with Crystal Rep 9.0 and I face the following problem: I have defined a parameter field as a range but I'm unable to define different values for Minimum and Maximum of the range. I tried also with a formula to change the Minimum and Maximum value of a parameter field on Before Reading Records but they were not changed. My problem is that I have created a reports with app 15 range parameter fields and the user needs at one point i ntime is to select maybe only be 1 or 2 parameter. All other ranges should be from empty to maximum value so.

Thanks a lot in advance for your tip.

PS: Is there an option to set so that all parameters will be shown at once in a form (as in Baan) and not in the scroll -list?
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