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Problem with abstraction

Maki Jav
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Joined: May 09, 2002
Posts: 438
Hi all,

I have a pivot and my pivotTableModel holds data in this fashion...
eg I have a data containing task,Year and month field values

The struture of my PivotTableModel. Below the data is being show in PivotTableModel rows...
it has theses fields
Task         Year Month Values

Issued check                7 => Total checks issued
               2010            4 => Total issued in 2010
                      Feb       3 ==> in Feb, 2011
                      Mar       1 ==> no of checks issued in Mar 2011
               2011            3 ==> Total in 2011
                      Dec       3 == > issued in Dec, 2011

Now I have to show this pivot table

                         2011      2010   Total
Task                   Feb Mar  Dec
Issued Checks      3    1     3         7

How to go about it?

I have a logic which tells me that user has asked for one (or more ) columns on the left and one or more columns on the top

I am havng success to show and also sort values of the left ie values of the task. but the values on the top. If single set of values I am to show. no problem, it is sorting too. but when I have more than that on the top, the top header values stop sorting and also the values against them in the table are not getting put correctly.

Thank you,

Maki Jav

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