My client had a report, with two report headers, that contained different company logos and address information.
They were using a conditional suppression formula to control which header section would be displayed, depending on a field in the address table.
However, sometimes the report would display the wrong section.
When looking at the conditional suppression formula, it was found that the designer had only added a true or false, but had not considered the Null value in the condition formula.
To resolve the anomaly , the conditional formula was modified to include a Null clause.
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