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I cannot find ANY help with what proper references to use for this. If my report has only one column to the matrix (first screenshot), the following Formula works to product percentages per row in the one column. If I have MORE than one column, it produces the data based on ALL columns (100% for the entire table, not per column). Can someone guide me on how to adjust the formula to work "per column" so each column totals 100%?

Formula:

RowCount / PARENTGROUPVAL( RowCount, ROW_GRAND_SUMMARY, COLUMN_GRAND_SUMMARY)

Screen 1 = one column, no problem: No problem

Screen 2 = problem: Problem

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Had to reference the correct column variable in the function to make it work:

Originally THIS

RowCount / PARENTGROUPVAL( RowCount, ROW_GRAND_SUMMARY, **COLUMN_GRAND_SUMMARY**)

now becomes THIS

RowCount / PARENTGROUPVAL(RowCount, ROW_GRAND_SUMMARY, **CLOSE_DATE**)

This gives 100% totals per column instead of only at the Summary.

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  • Unbelievably, over a year later, this is a problem yet again. I cannot fathom how to get the FIELD NAME that it expects, apparently. The Column field is "PB UTP Summary (Client)". I've tried every iteration of the underscored version of it I can think of - it won't parse. >:-( PB_UTP_Summary_Client, and various others. With and without __c. With parentheses. (sigh)
    – AMM
    Commented May 8, 2014 at 20:27
  • you need to summarize the field. My_Field__c:AVG or My_Field__c:SUM, etc. Commented Apr 28, 2016 at 16:49

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