I am using LO 3.6.4 in Mac OS X 10.8.2.
In Base I have a very simple, single table assets database. In a report, I am trying to calculate
a grand total for all records.
I have a text field for each record in the report which has a calculated amount for the record
(i.e. in Report Detail there is a field called ItemTotalValue which is bound to a function which
has the formula [quantity]*[price]).
The report runs and shows a value for ItemTotalValue for each record correctly. What I want to do
is get a grand total which in effect accumulates ItemTotalValue for the whole report.
I have successfully created a field which accumulates the price field (which is in the table) but,
I can't figure out how to accumulate a field that is created in the report (i.e. it's not in the
I have created a function at the Report level called "Calculate Grand Total Value" which has the
formula [Calculate Grand Total Value]+[ItemTotalValue]. I then bound a text box in the report
footer to "Calculate Grand Total Value". But the report footer is a blank. So, "Calculate Grand
Total Value" seems to be empty. I can't figure out how to get it working.
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