I can display the data how I want it with my custom column headers and such. However, I have some columns in my child tables I'd like to have aggregates on and display in a footer in the child table. Can this be done?
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answered on 10 Aug 2009, 06:13 AM
If you define your child tables using HierarchyChildTemplate similar to our first look demo you can specify desired aggregates for desired columns for child tables.
Thanks Vlad!!! One more question this one is with regard to templates.
Bear with me, I may phrase this wrong....
In a grid that has a large number of columns (For example a grid that has enough columns to nearly fill the width of a screen) that has aggregates on one of more columns, when you group the data in the grid and the aggregates are displayed on each line like subtotals with the grouping, can the template be altered to change the amount of space between the grouped item on the left and the row level aggregate on the right?
Say you have a large number of columns in a grid with when you group the data, today the aggregates can be pushed off the right side of the grid and the only way I've seen to deal with it is to shrink the column sizes down and that seems to pull the aggregates back onto the grid, or stretch the grid across multiple monitors.
Is that template always going to base that distance on the fixed width of all the columns, because it seems by the time the grouped item is displayed with the collapsed/expanded inticator, the row level aggregates are push off the grid.
answered on 17 Aug 2009, 07:00 AM
We believe that we have fixed this - now you can scroll horizontally group headers also and aggregates are not truncated. Please try our latest service pack and let me know how it goes.