I have an issue with the totals on a row. It does not always show the correct amount as you can see in the attachment.
As datasource i use Elastic Search 6.8 and i use the latest Flexmonster version. I have set up a test environment in Elastic Search. I will email this info to support.
Thank you for writing to us and providing detailed information about the issue.
Our team noticed that in the Elasticsearch response there are keys that differ only by the case of the first letter. For example, “standup” and “Standup”. Flexmonster combines their values into 1 row but shows totals in an unexpected way.
If the case of letters should not be taken into account, please store your data within a single register.
Otherwise, we would like to kindly suggest defining the property
caseSensitiveMembers of the Options Object as
true, so the component will treat the mentioned keys as different. Please have a look at the example: https://jsfiddle.net/flexmonster/rezoutja/.
Please let us know if it works for you and if you have any additional questions.
Thanks for your reply.
Since we do not know if the user means “standup” or “Standup” the values must be treated as different values. Setting the property “caseSensitiveMembers” does the trick here.
I will remove the test environment.