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Default Using Running total in crystal reports

Hi Friends,

Can anyone help me to get the Maximum value of running total field?

Explanation: Actually I ve created two columns and plotted a graph for it. One is date column and another one is profit column. I plotted a graph for [x axis- date column and y axis- Cumulative profit]. The cumulative profit is created using Running total of profit field and then I plotted a graph. There is no problem at all. But I want to take out the Maximum value of Cumulative profit which is put by using running total. I tried its not coming. Please help.....

Prathap






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