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In the Pivot grid (Kendo UI MVC), I have tried to hide the last column and row but could not succeed (ie. the column and row that shows total field which is default in the grid). I search on google but I didn't get the correct answer.

Can anyone help me to do?

What I have tried:

My Pivot grid

                                             .HtmlAttributes(new { @class = "hidden-on-narrow" })
                                             .DataSource(dataSource => dataSource
                                                 .Transport(transport => transport.Read("xxx_Read", "xxx"))
                                                 .Schema(schema => schema

                                                     .Cube(cube => cube

                                                         .Dimensions(dimensions =>
                                                             dimensions.Add(model => model.SSName).Caption("SSName");
                                                             dimensions.Add(model => model.SVName).Caption("SVName");



                                                 .Columns(columns =>

                                                 .Rows(rows => rows.Add("SVName").Expand(true))

                                            .Events(events =>


Updated 22-Aug-19 12:33pm
#realJSOP 22-Aug-19 14:16pm
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1 solution

Set the visibility property on the last column.
Delete the last column.
Keep the column from getting instantiated in the loading event.
Scroll the column out of sight using a freeze or a smaller view port.
Overlay the last column with another control / panel.
Use custom column specifications instead of default.
Define numbers as strings to keep totals from being calculated.
Decrease the width of the column to 0.
Set the foreground and background colors to transparent.
aravindnass 23-Aug-19 0:49am
Thanks for the answer...Can you give an example of this?

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