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Using Sub-Summary results on another record and layout

Question asked by Stu412 on Jan 19, 2015
Latest reply on Jan 19, 2015 by Stu412

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Using Sub-Summary results on another record and layout

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Hi there

I have a report which by use of sorting and sub summaries gives me a figure of £X per client, per year.  A filter uses a global value to remove years I don't want to see.

On the same row as £X, it has a field which returns the number of staff (S).

I then need a completely different report to show unique rows per member of staff with £X showing on the same record.  For example, if on report one I had a customer with 5 staff, I need 5 records creating.  

I've created a script to count staff, create (S) number of records and then loop back for the next customer.

Now, I need to get the sub summary figure of £X to appear on each instance of the staff before that too loops back around for the next customer.

I appreciate this sounds nuts but the particular demands of this task require either a table populated with new data, or an export to Excel and copy/paste work there.  It'd look so cool to keep everything in FM!

So, the question is either:

1) How can I get summary data to a brand new record?  I've tried GetSummary and $variables and neither has worked.  I understand the former only works on the same table though.

2) I then thought 'Oh, can I create muliple sub summaries based on staff quantity?' but I think sub summaries always rely on the data being there first of all.

Apologies if this sounds mixed up, this task defies the laws of physics!

Thanks

 

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