BootstrapCardViewBuilderBase<T>.TotalSummary(Action<BootstrapCardViewSummaryItemCollectionBuilder>) Method

Provides access to total summary items.

Namespace: DevExpress.AspNetCore.Bootstrap

Assembly: DevExpress.AspNetCore.Bootstrap.v18.2.dll

Declaration

public T TotalSummary(
    Action<BootstrapCardViewSummaryItemCollectionBuilder> config
)
Public Function TotalSummary(
    config As Action(Of BootstrapCardViewSummaryItemCollectionBuilder)
) As T

Parameters

Type Name Description
Action<BootstrapCardViewSummaryItemCollectionBuilder> config

An Action that configures the BootstrapCardViewSummaryItemCollectionBuilder class.

Returns

Type Description
T

A reference to this instance after the operation is completed.

A total summary represents the value of an aggregate function calculated over all cards within the Card View and is displayed within the Card View's summary panel, provided that the ShowSummaryPanel option is enabled. The TotalSummary method allows you to add a total summary item.

CardViewTotalSummary

Use a summary item's FieldName method to specify a data field which will be used for summary calculation.

There are five predefined aggregate functions that you can use to calculate summaries: Sum, Min, Max, Average, and Count. You can define the summary type for each summary item using the SummaryType method.

The example below demonstrates how to add Count-type and Sum-type summaries to Card View.

@(Html.DevExpress()
    .BootstrapCardView("totalSummaryCardView")
    .KeyFieldName("OrderID")
    .Settings(settings => settings.ShowSummaryPanel(true))
    .TotalSummary(summary => {
        summary
            .Add()
            .FieldName("CompanyName")
            .SummaryType(SummaryItemType.Count);
        summary
            .Add()
            .FieldName("Total")
            .SummaryType(SummaryItemType.Sum)
            .ValueDisplayFormat("<b>{0:c}</b>");
    })
    .Routes(routes => routes
        .MapRoute(r => r
            .Controller("CardView")
            .Action("TotalSummary")))   
    .Bind(Model))

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