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stelei
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Nprinting Pixelperfect Total (Sum, Avg, Max, Count,...) not working

Hello Everybody

I tried to create a PixelPerfect report with NPrinting and I can´t get the totals working. This is what I did so far.

stelei_0-1648719476165.png

And this is what I get:

stelei_1-1648719558818.png

 

In tutorials and other post in the forum I saw that the group-fields can be found in the level-hierarchy. But I don´t know how I add the desired fields there.

THX

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Frank_S
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@stelei

You should try this again using levels as shown in the article and not with tables.

Go carefully through each step.

In fact I would suggest using the sample QVF and PxP report I've provided in the article to help you work through your use case.

It should work as expected with levels.

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Frank_S
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@stelei

Try the steps in this article

Kind regards...

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stelei
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Thanks for your help @Frank_S 
But this is exactly what I tried before.

The difference between my report and the tutorial you provided is, that the fields show up under the levels.
Tutorial:

stelei_0-1648736224045.png

And my example is using a table from Qlik Sense and therefore the fields I try to summarize show up under Tables.
My Example:

stelei_1-1648736330911.png

THX

Frank_S
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@stelei

You should try this again using levels as shown in the article and not with tables.

Go carefully through each step.

In fact I would suggest using the sample QVF and PxP report I've provided in the article to help you work through your use case.

It should work as expected with levels.

We are just 'like' you and like to be liked when providing a helpful answer. You may also press the 'Solution Accepted' button if an answer provided resolves your question or issue... Cheers!
stelei
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Now I got it.
I wasn´t aware that I can add a Qlik Sense Table as a Level in Nprinting. To be honest, that doesn´t really make any sense to me. ^^

But many thanks for your help. @Frank_S 

Frank_S
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Perfect! @stelei

Happy to help...

Cheers!

We are just 'like' you and like to be liked when providing a helpful answer. You may also press the 'Solution Accepted' button if an answer provided resolves your question or issue... Cheers!