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Rave CalcText

Posted on 2004-08-13
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hi all
Iam new in rave reports, so I need a little help please, how to calculate the sum of fields in rave reports using CalcText ?
step by step plz.
Thank you.
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Question by:ProgramMaker
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Assuming you already have a DataBand for the display of your data,

1. Add a Band Component
2. Set Band Style to Body Footer
3. Drop in Calc Text in the Band Component
4. Set ControllerBand to point to your DataBand
5. Select the DataView and DataField
6. Set RunningTotal to True


DragonSlayer.
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i don't know what i did is correct, cause I can't see it in printing !
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In that case, I think that's because you forgot to set the Band Component's ControllerBand to the databand as well, hehe.
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:p
thanx, Im still new on report.
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