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Displaying item sizes

Good day,


I need help in displaying the sizes for clothing items.


Right now in my report, the size buckets headers show the field name. I am pulling the data from VIsual Foxpro databases. The size information is in it's own database file.


I want to see the actual sizes for each style. Not every style has the same size range, so I would need to be able to see the various sizes of the styles on the report.



How do I show the sizes, instead of the field names?


Any help would be most appreciated.


Thank you!

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Hi @v-yanjiang-msft ,

Thank you for replying to my post!


I am pulling the data from VFP databases. Not sure why there are multiple instances of the values. 


So right now, in my report I am showing the field names from the database. I want to see the actual sizes for each size bucket as shown below:



The scale information is in another dbf, which the report if drawing from as well.


Hopefully I am explaining myself clearly.

How do I have the report do the correlation for the columns and the sizes?


Any help is most appreciated.


Thank you!

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Community Support

Hi @nenedeloscojone ,

From what I got, if stk is the size you said, they show the same value in each row, but you want it's different in each row?


Not sure what's the formula of stk, but if they can't recognize the for example prepak column, you can just add a condition like this:


Hope it make sense, if not, please provide more information.


Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ kalyj

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