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From: Allen Mellen <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Filtered Report
Date: Fri, 08 Mar 2002 06:43:05 -0500
Jim Eaton wrote:
> I would like to create a report that will give me a list of all
> people associated with one place.
> I selected the "List of .... Places ... All people Associated
> with One Place" report from the drop down "Report" menu and set a
> "filtered group" for "( County Equals Knox County )". Then selected a
> number of different columns under the "output columns" tab and generated
> the report and, surprise!, the report contained all that I selected under
> the "output columns".
> The minor problem is that I have no idea what individuals are
> associated with this list of places. The answer is probably right in
> front of my nose but I am darned if I can see how to generate the
> information I need?
>The "List of .... Places ... All people Associated with One Place" is not
>a report definiton that comes with TMG, since, as you discovered, the List
>of PLaces does not provide output on specific people. You might havemade
>this report yourself, in an attempt to get what you want.
"List of ... Places ... All people Associated One Place " does not come
with TMG. It must be a report someone made in an unsuccessful attempt to
produce the desired result. <g>
What is needed is a List of People. If you haven't done this already. go
to System Configuration (Tools > Options or CTRL o) and check "Include
option to Design Another by type."
Then design a new List of People Report. The filter field would be Any
(tag ...) > Event Group(s) > County
The rest will be obvious to you.
Allen Mellen -- New York, NY
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