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Le 26/09/2014 11:03, Don Parris a écrit :
Thanks Alex.  The underlying query gets the month from the date, as well as
the total, average, max and min for each month.  The results are, of
course, already grouped & calculated by month.  I was able to get the
overall total, but also wanted to see the overall average, max and min.  I
somehow imagined that it would be a piece of cake.  It looks like Calc is
the better "report tool" in this case.

Having never really played around with Calc and database datasets, I
admit to not knowing, but I imagine that the function set is broader and
thus allows for more possibilities.

Would you mind posting your initial query and table definition so that I
could build my own little test db and have a think about it, otherwise
its all a bit too abstract ?


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