[development] Using Computed Field

Bill Fitzgerald bill at funnymonkey.com
Wed Jan 30 16:44:35 UTC 2008

Hello, Graeme,

RE: "one has to choose the View as a CSV type"

You can also specify csv as an argument, and sidestep this issue. While 
I haven't used this with a views calc view type, it should work.



Graeme McKibbin wrote:
> Hey,
> Thanks for the reply. I actually just figured out the problem- I 
> hadn't checked the "Store using the database settings below"
> It appears in the Views now!
> However, I'm still stuck with a few related issues. One is that I need 
> to produce a CSV file that can be imported into Pastel. I can create 
> views with totals of whichever columns I want using Views Calc. But 
> the problem is that with Views Bonus, to export to CSV, one has to 
> choose the View as a CSV type.  In other words, I need the view to be 
> a Views Calc type AND a CVS type simultaneously. 
> I hope that makes sense...
> Thanks!
> Graeme
> On 30 Jan 2008, at 4:06 PM, David Norman wrote:
>> My company is putting some time in to it. Talk to cYu on 
>> irc.freenode.net.
>> Graeme McKibbin wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> Has anyone used the Computed Field? 
>>> http://drupal.org/project/computed_field
>>> It's great for calculating sums of fields, but the problem is it 
>>> doesn't come up in the Field List when creating a view. Any ideas?
>>> Kind Regards,
>>> Graeme McKibbin
>>> Software Developer

Bill Fitzgerald
Tools for Teachers

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