Each row of the table can be given a separate color according to the requirement. The way it was implemented in our case is as shown below:

Creation of UI:

A table is created with the properties as shown below. fixedRowCount is the important property when you are showing the total of the following values in the table other than the fixed one.

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Changes in CSS:

Add the below css in either index.html file or by adding the particular css in the customized css file by assigning the same in the index.html as show below in the second image.

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Result:

As a result of the above implantation, the first row is fixed which indicates the sum of the values in the following rows for each column

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  1. Abhishek Sharma

    Hi Ranjitha,

    Thanks for sharing.

    I have one question on the gape between two tables I have bound. How can I add </br> in between two tables.

    Thanks-

    Abhishek

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  2. Klaus Kronawetter

    Hi Ranjitha,

    nice idea, but I’m wondering what happens when you sort or filter the table?

    Is the first row still colored, no matter what line it actually is?

    Or does the coloring disappear completely? (happened to me once)

    Cheers,

    Klaus

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    1. Ranjitha Kuchchangi Post author

      Hi Klaus,

      I still feel that even after sorting this would work as we have fixed the number of rows to 1. this will prevent it from row1 getting sorted is what i assume. Will have to implement it and validate my correctness 🙂

      Regards,

      Ranjitha

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      1. Seyed Ismail

        No. It doesn’t work when you apply sort or filter.

        Without sorting : fine with fixedRowCount 1 (Total)

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        After sorting by Port – Descending, it becomes

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        Thanks, Any thoughts?

        Seyed Ismail.

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        1. Klaus Kronawetter

          That’s what I thought was going to happen…

          You could move the TOTAL row to the top manually after sorting. Other than that, I don’t think there is a way to force the row on top.

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