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Allow the sum of Movement Accounts in Controller Web
The Movement Account is compsed of: 1) Main Account, and 2) Movement Extention. When creating the Movement Account we specify what is the main account summation for main accounts, and what is the movement ext summation for movement extentions. Then we create the form and allow it to be visible in the Controller Web. The form is presented as a table, and we can see that for the movement extentions there is a column (or row) with the summation (defined movement extention as summation), but we cannot see see the summation for main accounts (in row or column), even if it was also defined when creating the movement accounts. Our customer would like to see the table with the summation of row and of columns, whatever it is (a main or extention). In the client application it works properly. Best regards, M
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