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I have requirement to show like this. the issue here am facing is to
ADD a total row in the grid which shows the sum of respective columns just end of the grid.
I would prefer to do what you ask for in the title (below the grid), rather than what you mention in the body (in the grid). The reason is that if you put it just as an additional data row and somebody sorts the grid, the total line may change its position. And disabling sorting would make the grid less useful. (Note that you could use a table instead of a grid, or even a report.)
In Summarized values in AX form, I explained how to build the query to calculate totals in an efficient way.
If you want to add it below the grid, just add a group and controls there. If you decided to put it into the grid anyway, use a temporary table and simply insert an extra line there.
I want to update total values as the record is entered in the grid on form. ( while writing the record on the form). Basically reflect the updated record total as the record getting entered.
Siddhant, didn't you already discuss this in one thread: community.dynamics.com/.../314822
No need to split it to multiple threads. So let's continue the discussion in the other thread.
Sorry I will not repeat this again.
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