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How to use LINQ to get roll-up data?
So, here is the scenario.
I have one SharePoint List as below (you can make DataSet, DataTable, Excel anything you want)
ColumnA ColumnB Status
Project1 Task1.1 Completed
Project1 Task1.2 Pending
Project1 Task1.3 Completed
Project2 Task2.1 Completed
Project3 Task3.1 Completed
Project3 Task3.2 Completed
Project3 Task3.3 Completed
Project3 Task3.4 Pending
Project3 Task3.5 Pending
What I need from the above data is:
Project1 66.67 ((Completed Task / Total Task) * 100)
So basically, all I am looking for is rolling up the data and finding the total percentage of project completion.
Let’s see, so here’s the code: (Thanks to Paul Choquette)
var returndata = (from geo in dt.AsEnumerable()
orderby geo[“ColumnA”] descending
group geo by geo[“ColumnA”] into itemgroup
Project = itemgroup.Key,
Percentage = (double)itemgroup.Count(i => (string)i[“Status”] == “Complete”) / (double)itemgroup.Count() * 100,
Let me know in case you want anything more from this code😉
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