# Group By,sum

• March 15th, 2013, 04:05 AM
Melina291
Group By,sum
Goodmorning
I want little help again.
I have a field (1,2,3 values) that i have done it group by so i take something like that

1.Income
1 Thomas test 40
2 thomas test2 30
sum:70

2.Spends
1.thomas test 23
2.thomas test 35
sum:58

Total sum: income:70- spend:58

*Now i have done all the above but i cant do the last row. I dont know what field to put and how i can sum my groups above

I create a formula field and i have done something like that.

shared numbervar rtTotal;

if({Emp016.PelProm}="1") Then
rtTotal:=rtTotal+Sum ({Emp016.SynTeliko})

where the field pelprom is the field i group by and take values (1,2,3) and the field synteliko is the field with ammounds.

Now i want to get that at the end of report and not at the end of every group

GrandTotals
---------------------
Incomes: (sum of group with value 1)
Spends: (Sum of group with value 2)
Store:(sum of group with value 3)
Total: Incomes-Spends-Store

So at the end i want 4 new fields but i dont know how to do it...Any help?
• March 15th, 2013, 09:59 AM
jggtz
Re: Group By,sum
Create 3 new formula fields
name it as you like
insert them in Detail Section & suppress them

#1
Code:

```WhilePrintingRecords; numberVar totIncomes; If {Emp016.PelProm} = "1" Then   totIncomes:= totIncomes + {Emp016.SynTeliko}```
#2
Code:

```WhilePrintingRecords; numberVar totSpends; If {Emp016.PelProm} = "2" Then   totSpends:= totSpends + {Emp016.SynTeliko}```
#3
Code:

```WhilePrintingRecords; numberVar totStore; If {Emp016.PelProm} = "3" Then   totStore:= totStore + {Emp016.SynTeliko}```
Now in Report Footer Section you can use the formulaes
• March 15th, 2013, 11:54 AM
Melina291
Re: Group By,sum
Hi
thanks for the reply. For a strange reason it works but only for this

WhilePrintingRecords;
numberVar totStore=0;
If {Emp016.PelProm} = "3" Then
totStore:= totStore + {Emp016.SynTeliko}

Everything seem normal, but to other 2 it brings me as a result =0;
• March 15th, 2013, 12:04 PM
Melina291
Re: Group By,sum
Hi again. Your code works but for a strange reason works only if there are records in one of tree parts. For example if there are records at group 1 it works but if there are records on 3 groups it works only for the last one
• March 15th, 2013, 12:08 PM
Melina291
Re: Group By,sum
Hi again. Your code works but for a strange reason works only if there are records in one of tree parts. For example if there are records at group 1 it works but if there are records on 3 groups it works only for the last one... I didnt understand that

insert them in Detail Section & suppress them
• March 15th, 2013, 03:29 PM
jggtz
Re: Group By,sum
"insert them in Detail Section & suppress them "
It means that you must insert the 3 formula fields in the details section of the report
and mark them as "suppress"
Right click on each formula, select format field and mark the "Suppress" property
It means that we don't want to see them in the report, we only want to execute
• March 16th, 2013, 01:53 AM
Melina291
Re: Group By,sum
Ok. I got that. But how after that i will print them on report footer where i want to see them? I did what you told me and i put the 3 formulas on details and suppress them. Everything there seem ok. Now to print them at the end of the report i create 3 new formulas and i put inside that:
{@SumInocome} so the new field to see the other field we put the code you said. But it brings me 0 and i dont know what i have done wrong. Is any other way to print the result of the 3 fields of the details??? Sorry for my questions but i have start work with crystal last month
• March 16th, 2013, 02:14 AM
jggtz
Re: Group By,sum
(Sorry, I gave you only the half of the solution)
Yes
You can insert each variable at report Footer Section with another formula field as :
#4
Code:

```WhilePrintingRecords; numberVar totIncomes; totIncomes;```
• March 16th, 2013, 02:40 AM
jggtz
Re: Group By,sum
Also, you can use only 1 formula field instead of 3, as :
#1
Code:

```WhilePrintingRecords; numberVar totIncomes; numberVar totSpends; numberVar totStore; If {Emp016.PelProm} = "1" Then   totIncomes:= totIncomes + {Emp016.SynTeliko}#2 ElseIf {Emp016.PelProm} = "2" Then   totSpends:= totSpends + {Emp016.SynTeliko}#3 ElseIf {Emp016.PelProm} = "3" Then   totStore:= totStore + {Emp016.SynTeliko}```
And use the variables at Report Footer as I posted in post #8
• March 16th, 2013, 05:39 AM
Melina291
Re: Group By,sum
Ok it works finally. But i want to ask something more...
When i print th 3 variables on the report footer like: Incomes
Spend
Store
-------------

I want something more like total at the end. What variable i should put for this. When i put numchar
total=Incomes-Spend-Store and the result was - it brought me false. What variable i have to use;

i put that but its wrong
WhilePrintingRecords;
numberVar totIncomes;
numberVar totStore;
numberVar Teliko;

```WhilePrintingRecords; numberVar totIncomes; numberVar totSpends; numberVar totStore; numberVar tottot; totot:= totIncomes - totSpends - totStore```