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For numeric data fields, the following summary functions can be calculated: Sum, Count, Min, Max, Average, Standard Deviation based on a sample, Standard Deviation based on the entire population, Variation based on a sample and Variation based on the entire population.
For non-numeric data fields, the following summary functions are available: Count, Min and Max.
The following image shows a sample PivotGrid control that contains one data field - “Quantity(Sum)”:
When there are two or more data fields, PivotGrid displays data field headers to distinguish between different summary values.
By default, data field headers are listed along a control’s top edge. It is possible to display the data field headers along the control’s left edge by setting the PivotGridOptionsDataField.Area property to PivotDataArea.RowArea. The PivotGridOptionsDataField.AreaIndex property specifies the position of the data field headers within the hierarchy of field values.
Setting the PivotGridOptionsDataField.Area property to PivotDataArea.ColumnArea or PivotDataArea.RowArea enables the data header. This is a header that is linked with data field headers. It can be dragged to a specific position within a column header area or row header area and as a result, data field headers will be moved to the associated location.
The table below lists the main properties that affect the field’s functionality.
Position of Data Field Headers
Size of Data Field Headers
The PivotGridControl.FieldWidthChanged event provides a notification that the field width has been changed.
Caption of the Data Header
Linking with Other Fields