My team solved the problem the same way, by using a custom Header Toolbar
under the header labels.  Couldn't find a clean way to create a footer
toolbar that matched the columns.

On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 9:49 AM, Branislav Kalas <> wrote:

> Hi i also tried this.
> I ended up by positioning aggregation toolbar right after column headers.
> (as  custom toolbar which extends AbstractHeaderToolbar).
> I think it is not easy to have this toolbar at the bottom (specially when
> you have enabled column resizing, because you have to bind somehow on
> resizing js)
> Please write here a solution if you will find out how to do it.
> On 09/07/2010 01:29 PM, pieter_degraeuwe wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'm looking for some hints for doing the following:
>> I have an Inmethod datagrid, which has the columns 'amount', 'product',
>> 'detail', 'price'.
>> I would like to have at the bottom of the table (just above the paging
>> toolbar) an extra row which shows me the sum (total) of all prices in the
>> list.
>> How I calculate these values (sum of the showed items, or sum of ALL
>> items),
>> should not matter, I want to add these cell values by just giving a model.
>> But, the sum() column should be located under the 'prices' column.
>> I did try this via a custom Toolbar, where I add a div with it's
>> own<table>
>> element. This seems to work, but I do not get the styling right. The
>> columns
>> of this table should have the same width als the columns of the 'body'
>> table.
>> Digging into the code, I saw that some javascript is used for doing the
>> sizing.
>> Can anyone give me some hints what is the best approach to get the
>> column's
>> size correct? (or maybe I'm doing this completely wrong?)
>> Thanks !
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