Easily create cross-tables reports with the Quick Report editor

A new step has been reached in 4D v16 R2 with the 64-bit Quick Report editor: the cross-table reports are now available!

As you probably already noticed, the new Quick report for 64-bit versions had been fully redesigned since v15 R3 to provide you and your end-user with a better user experience. After list reports which were available as the very first step, we are now moving forward and delivering cross-table reports.


It is now possible to:

  • Open an existing cross-table report or create a new one
  • Define the rows, columns and values to be displayed
  • Customize the header and footer with a title
  • Customize the cell (background & font) color
  • Use an alternate cell color
  • Define formulas for all rows and columns as sum, average, min, max, etc… in order to get the grand total
  • Save your report
  • Export your report to HTML or any text file format
  • Print your report

4D is offering you full compatibility with the 32-bit reports as you can open a cross-table report created on a 32-bit platform with the 64-bit dialog. You can also open with the 32-bit editor a report created using the 64-bit editor.

To enhance the user experience, the field picker widget allows you to quickly find and select the fields you want to use for your report definition:


The following video shows you how easy it is to create a cross-table report with the 64-bit Quick Report editor!

For more details, please take a look at the related articles in the 4D v16 R2 documentation:


Vanessa Talbot
• Product Owner •Vanessa Talbot joined 4D Program team in June, 2014. As a Product Owner, she is in charge of writing the user stories then translating it to functional specifications. Her role is also to make sure that the feature implementation delivered is meeting the customer need.Since her arrival, she has worked to define key features in 4D. She has worked on most of preemptive multi-threading new features and also on a very complex subject: the new architecture for engined application. Vanessa has a degree from Telecom Saint-Etienne. She began her career at the Criminal Research Institute as a developer for the audiovisual department. She has also worked in media and medical fields as expert in technical support, production as well as documenting new features.