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Custom Aggregate Functions

The ASPxTreeList enables you to manually implement custom aggregate functions or calculate summary values using a custom algorithm. Custom summaries allow you the following:

  • Calculate summaries against nodes that meet specific criteria;
  • Involve multiple data fields in calculations;
  • Implement complex summary functions.

To manually calculate summaries, you should set the summary item's TreeListSummaryItem.SummaryType property to 'Custom' and handle the ASPxTreeList.CustomSummaryCalculate event.

Expanded Example

This example shows how to implement a custom summary calculation.

Create a summary item within the ASPxTreeList.Summary collection and customize its settings as shown below:

The ASPxTreeList.CustomSummaryCalculate event is handled to sum the budgets of selected departments. Finally, set the TreeListSettingsBehavior.ProcessSelectionChangedOnServer option to true.

The image below shows the result:

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