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Subtotal in ALV

Hi all,

Understand that we can use the following code to achieve Subtotal for a particular ALV column by setting the attributes of the field catalog:

<fs_gt_fieldcat>-DO_SUM = 'X'.

However, what I wish to achieve is to perform my own 'subtotal calculation' rather that the cumulative subtotal of a particular column.

For instance, Gross weight (BRGEW), I have this column in my ALV, and I realize that we can achieve subtotal by changing the field catalog of BRGEW, however, what I wish to do is to perform my own subtotal calculation (e.g. Gross Weight Subtotal divided by number of records listed in ALV) for this column. Can this be achieved?

Appreciate your advise.

Many thanks,

Patrick

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2006 at 09:22 AM

    This can be done through EVENT subtotal_text of cl_gui_alv_grid

    definition

    • Handle total for each column

    METHODS handle_subtotal_text

    FOR EVENT subtotal_text OF cl_gui_alv_grid

    IMPORTING es_subtottxt_info

    ep_subtot_line

    e_event_data.

    implementation

    • handle total of each column

    METHOD handle_subtotal_text.

    • handle the routine for changing the subtotal

    PERFORM change_total_line

    USING ep_subtot_line

    e_event_data.

    ENDMETHOD.

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