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Example showing how you can force a data set to run, store the values in an array, and use that arra

mwilliamsmwilliams BIRT Guru
edited October 1, 2014 in DevShare
Example showing how you can force a data set to run, store the values in an array, and use that array to create a computed column that has a calculation involving following rows.<br />
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The hidden text box is bound to the data set forcing it to run. In the data set script, an array is filled with the column we want to use. Finally a binding is created in the table that uses the array to access later rows for the calculation.<br />
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This example was created in BIRT 4.4.0

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