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How Do I - Add Running Total in #msdyn365bc reports?

Hi Readers,

Microsoft added that feature in few pages but it's a feature that will be great in a report.

In this article we will discuss about How to Add Running Totals in #msdyn365bc reports.

#reports #runningtotals #businesscentral #msdyn365bc.

To Achieve running total, we don't need to modify anything in the report dataset. 

Pick any report which have a numeric field, and you can apply changes in the layout only.

With RDLC there are built in method, which we don't normally use.

To achieve running totals in a report we will use RunningValue method.

Sample Dataset 

How to use RunningValue

Sample Output 

To get access to Source Code, you can refer GitHub repo.

You can watch recording on YouTube also.

Hope this helps.

Saurav Dhyani


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