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smartform: table value sum and amount of money format

Hi Experts,

I select some items from table BSEG and show in a table of smartform,

and I have two problems, as follows ,

1. I select two columns named WRBTR and DMBTR from BSEG ,

and I want the value show with a minus sign if the item is credit.

2. I wanna summarize the value of column WRBTR AND DMBTR at the end of table.

Please...Can you help me how to do that?

Thanks a lot in advanced.

Best Regards,

Yacoa

Edited by: Yacoa Chen on Apr 21, 2011 5:15 AM

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    Posted on Apr 21, 2011 at 04:41 AM

    Hi Yacoa,

    Try this logics!!!!

    For (1) - you can create a program line in the node which you are displaying DMBTR, WRBTR and write your accordingly whether to print ➖ sign or so.

    For (2) - I hope you are using a table to display the item values. Just double click on table node, now navigate to calculations tab and provide as follows: Operation = total , Field name = your field name(for which you want to display total), Time = after loop.

    Hope this info will help you to resolve both the issues & close the thread.

    BR,

    Vinit

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  • Posted on Apr 21, 2011 at 05:20 AM

    Hi Chen,

    Declare the field Like standard . Then automatically sign will come. Post if need more help.

    Regards,

    Madhu.

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