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How to Use a Programmable Section in Reports in Dynamics AX

20 Feb

We can use programmable sections to add any kind of customized information for example : sum of fields in the report .
To activate a programmable section, activate it explicitly with an element.execute(Number) statement. The Number must be specified in the ControlNumber property for the design section.

For example, I’ve created a prgrammable section calculating the sum of a column in dynamics ax .
To call this section , I add the method element.execute(1); in the fetch method after calling super() and before returning the result of the fetch

public boolean fetch()
{
    boolean ret;
    ret = super();
    element.execute(1);
    return ret;
}
 
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Posted by on February 20, 2012 in Reports in AX 2009

 

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