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How to create S.No variable which starts from 1 ?

I am trying to create S.No. column for a report by writing this formulae
=RowIndex() Where (="2002")But is generating S.No starting from 0 (not from 1).
Asked by: newinbo | Member Since Apr-2008 | Asked on: Apr 23rd, 2008

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krvikramraju

Answered On : Apr 25th, 2008

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Could you use =LineNumber() - 1

  
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Thanks for your reply but it did not work by your way. Instead it worked by this way

             =RowIndex()+1

(In Deskotop Intelligence).

  
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krmuthu1510

Answered On : May 24th, 2008

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If you use the formula like =RowIndex()+1 then it will start from 1;

  
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sekhar_ygr

Answered On : Jun 27th, 2008

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Create a new variable in report.

=RunningCount( Body ; Row ).

  
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