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Special Edition Using® Crystal Reports® 10 by Roger Sanborn, Steve Lucas, Kathryn Hunt, Joe Estes, Michael Voloshko, James Edkins, Bob Coates, Naisan Geula, Ryan Marples, Neil FitzGerald

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Crystal Reports in the Real World—Nesting Subreports

Often a single report needs to show data from different and often unrelated pieces of information. In the next example, the report shows both customer and supplier information for a given location. This is demonstrated using a main report for the structure of Country, Region, and City hierarchy, one Subreport to show customer information, and another Subreport for supplier information. Because there is no relationship between suppliers and customers, at least one of these pieces of information must come from a Subreport. For this sample, both elements come from a Subreport. Follow these steps to explore this capability:

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Open the report designer and select Create New Report Using the Report ...

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