Sumfield - any related field, repeating field, or set of non-repeating fields; or an expression that returns a field, repeating field, or set of non-repeating fields.Field can be any of the following:

• a repeating field (repeatingField).

• a field in matching related records specified by (table::field), whether or not these records appear in a portal.

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• corresponding repetitions of repeating fields in a record (repeatingField1;repeatingField2;repeatingField3), if the result is returned in a repeating field with at least the same number of repeats.

• several fields in the first matching record specified by (table::field1;table::field2;...). You can include fields from different tables (table 1::field A;table 2::field B...).Sum(LineItems::ExtendedPrice) totals the amounts for all items on the invoice.Sum(Hours::BillableHours) returns the total number of billable hours on a project. Thus, if the portal shows 40 hours and 15:30 hours, the total billable hours are 55:30, or 55 1/2 hours.

• Sum(Field2) returns 26.

• Sum(Field1;Field2;Field3) returns 12.

• Sum(Field2) returns a repeating field with 26 in the first repetition.

• Note When a referenced field is a repeating field, the Sum function returns the sum of the first repetition field, then the sum of the second repetition field, and so on.

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