1202401 - Crystal Reports displays zero (0) as the upper bound when the No Upper Bound or No Lower Bound option is chosen

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1202401 - Crystal Reports displays zero (0) as the upper bound when the No Upper Bound or No Lower Bound option is chosen

Symptom

Crystal Reports displays zero (0) as the upper bound when the No Upper Bound or No Lower Bound option is chosen.
 
With the "no bounds" limit appearing as 0, this can confuse users, who do not expect to see certain data. For example, consider the following data: [-10, -5, 0, 10, 12, 20, 30]. Setting No Lower Bound and an upper bound of 15 displays as: [0 to 15] but negative numbers are returned as part of the data set: [-10, -5, 0, 10, 12].
 

Cause

The issue has been identified and tracked under ID ADAPT00865648.
 

Resolution

When creating a report using no upper or lower bounds, you can provide information in a text object to note that Crystal Reports displays zero (0) as the upper bound when the No Upper Bound or No Lower Bound option is chosen.

Keywords

CR2008 CR 2008 XIR3 XI R3 TITAN RN , 6111775 , KBA , BI-RA-CR , Crystal Reports designer or BusinessViews Manager , Bug Filed

Product

Crystal Reports 2008 V0