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I have a scenario where I have four fields which are currency fields.
I have created a field that will sum the four fields, I want it to plus field A+B+C+D.
Which is the best way to achieve this, to make sure the Sum field plus each of these four fields. So for example, if I only have two fields filled and other two blanks, the Sum field should sum the two ones
You can refer to the verified answer in below:
There are two solutions to this problem.
I introduce the first way here.
Because as long as one of the four fields is empty, the field 'sum' will be empty. So we have to make the empty fields 0 first.
In order not to change the values of the four fields themselves, we need to create auxiliary fields for them.
Finally, we use 4 auxiliary fields to set the calculation field.
The downside is that four auxiliary fields are displayed on the form and are seen by users.
Here are the detailed steps:
1) This is field 'A' and its auxiliary field 'A copy'. The other three fields are B, C, and D. Add them to the form.
2) Create four business rules, set as follows:
A contains data
Set A copy to A
Set A copy to 0
Create the same business rules for B, C, and D.
3) Create a calculated field 'sum' and set its logic to 'A copy + B copy + C copy + D copy'.
4) Finally, set the four auxiliary fields to read-only on the form.
The effect is as follows:
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