Crystal Reports – creating a date parameter where the end date is always today’s date

It may be that you want to run a parameter query within Crystal Reports where you can choose the Start Date but the End Date is always going to be today’s date.

Create a parameter called Start Date which should be of type Date.  Now in the Select Expert, select the relevant date field and from the dropdown select is between. From the dropdown to the right of there, select {?Start Date}. In the lower box, type CurrentDate. Click OK.

Select Expert dialog box

You will then be asked for the Start Date but the End date will always be the current date.

Parameter query

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