Provides access to the collection of calculated fields in the specified PivotTable report.
NuGet Package: DevExpress.Spreadsheet.Core
A PivotCalculatedFieldCollection object specifying the PivotTable’s collection of calculated fields.
Use the CalculatedFields property to get access to the collection that stores all calculated fields added to the PivotTable report. An individual calculated field can be accessed by its index or name in the collection.
To add a calculated field to the pivot table, use the PivotCalculatedFieldCollection.Add method.
Calculated fields are stored in the PivotCache and available to all pivot tables that share the same cache.
To remove a calculated field from the PivotTable report, use the PivotCalculatedFieldCollection.Remove or PivotCalculatedFieldCollection.RemoveAt method. You can also use the PivotCalculatedFieldCollection.Clear method to remove all calculated fields from the collection at once.
Worksheet worksheet = workbook.Worksheets["Report1"]; workbook.Worksheets.ActiveWorksheet = worksheet; // Access the pivot table by its name in the collection. PivotTable pivotTable = worksheet.PivotTables["PivotTable1"]; // Create a calculated field based on data in the "Sales" field. PivotField field = pivotTable.CalculatedFields.Add("=Sales*10%", "Sales Tax"); // Add the calculated field to the data area and specify the custom field name. PivotDataField dataField = pivotTable.DataFields.Add(field, "Total Tax"); // Specify the number format for the data field. dataField.NumberFormat = @"_([$$-409]* #,##0.00_);_([$$-409]* (#,##0.00);_([$$-409]* "" - ""??_);_(@_)";
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