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Stored procedures
DisplayEvenIfNull is used to:
  • Find out whether a row or a column in a Pivot Table control is displayed even if it contains no value.
  • Configure a row or a column found in a Pivot Table control so that it is displayed (or not) even if it contains no value.
Example
// The Month column will be displayed even if it contains no value
PVT_Sales.COL_Month.DisplayEvenIfNull = True
Syntax

Finding out the current display mode of a row or column if it is empty Hide the details

<Result> = <Row or column name>.DisplayEvenIfNull
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if the row or column is displayed even if it is empty,
  • False otherwise.
<Row or column name>: Control name
Name of the row or column found in the Pivot Table control.

Modifying the display mode of an empty row or column Hide the details

<Row or column name>.DisplayEvenIfNull = <New display mode>
<Row or column name>: Control name
Name of the row or column in the pivot table to use.
<New display mode>: Boolean
  • True if the row or column must be displayed even if it is empty,
  • False otherwise.
Remarks
  • Once the property is modified, the Pivot Table control is not recalculated: it is re-displayed.
  • If the property is initialized to True for a row or a column corresponding to a date, all the days, months, quarters, ... are displayed even if there is no corresponding data.
Minimum version required
  • Version 20
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