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Calculate the Qty based on Product Type in Reports

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In Qty field, the total should calculate based on Product Type, If Product type is item, then it Qty should sum the value, if we have Product type other than item we should not calculate the sum in the Qty field. Can you please guide me on this how to do?

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    Ludwig Reinhard Profile Picture
    Ludwig Reinhard Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Calculate the Qty based on Product Type in Reports

    Hello Mohammed Rafia,

    I assume that this is not a standard SSRS report but one that has been customized.

    (Can't identify details from your screenprints).

    If my assumption is correct then I would recommend reaching out to the developer who designed the report and ask to adjust/extend it.

    Best regards,

    Ludwig

  • Dishen Profile Picture
    Dishen 264 on at
    RE: Calculate the Qty based on Product Type in Reports

    Hello Ludwig Reinhard ,

    It is SSRS Report

  • Ludwig Reinhard Profile Picture
    Ludwig Reinhard Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Calculate the Qty based on Product Type in Reports

    Hello Mohammed Rafia,

    What kind of report do you refer to?

    Can you elaborate please?

    Many thanks and best regards,

    Ludwig

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