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Partner
Partner

Count Of fields Having Max ID

Hello one and all,

I have The following table

Sr No                Enquiry Id            Customer Id               Current Action

1                          ABC1                             AAA                                Not Interested

2                          ABC2                             BBB                               Order Placed

3                          ABC3                             BBB                                Material Supplied

4                          ABC4                             CCC                               Order Lost

5                          ABC5                             CCC                               AR Clear

6                          ABC6                             CCC                               Quotation Submitted

7                          ABC7                             DDD                               Interest Shown

8                          ABC8                             DDD                               Decision on Hold

9                          ABC9                             EEE                                Material Supplied

10                        ABC10                           FFF                                Negotiation Stage

11                        ABC11                            FFF                               Order Placed

12                        ABC12                           FFF                                Order Lost

13                        ABC13                           GGG                              Wrong Info

14                        ABC14                           GGG                              Not Interested

15                        ABC15                           HHH                               Product Info Requires


I want a Table As Follows:


Sr No                Enquiry Id            Customer Id               Current Action

1                          ABC1                             AAA                                Not Interested

2                          ABC3                             BBB                                Material Supplied

3                          ABC6                             CCC                               Quotation Submitted

4                          ABC8                             DDD                               Decision on Hold

5                          ABC9                             EEE                                Material Supplied

6                          ABC12                           FFF                                Order Lost

7                          ABC14                           GGG                              Not Interested

8                          ABC15                           HHH                               Product Info Requires


I just want the last current action to be displayed taking the Max Value of the Enquiry Id

Also let me know if a Bar Chart for the same can be created as well . I want the Dimension as Current Action and the Measure as Count(Distinct Customer Id) Where Enquiry Id to be max (Enquiry Id)


Thank You in advance.

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Creator III
Creator III

You can use FirstSortedValue() if your data properly sorted.

Table :

Column 1 (Measure) : Rowno()

Column 2 (Measure) : FirstSortedValue("Enquiry Id",-"Sr No")

Column 3 (Dimension) : "Customer Id"

Column 4 (Measure) : FirstSortedValue("Current Action",-"Sr No")


FirstSortedValue.png

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Partner
Partner

Thanks a Lot. It works like a charm.

Now Could You please help me with the Bar Graph Part of it .

          I want the Current Action As Dimension and Count(Customer Id) as Measure

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Creator III
Creator III

Glad to hear that

First of all, please mark the entry as CORRECT. This will help community members to find possible solutions easily


Bar Chart,

Dimension : "Current Action"

Measure : Count({<"Sr No"={$(=concat(aggr(max("Sr No"),"Customer Id"),','))}>} "Customer Id")

FirstSortedValue.png

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Creator II
Creator II

TABLE:

load * inline [

Sr No ,               Enquiry Id ,           Customer Id   ,            Current Action,

1    ,                      ABC1,                             AAA       ,                         Not Interested

2   ,                       ABC2 ,                            BBB   ,                            Order Placed

3   ,                       ABC3  ,                           BBB   ,                             Material Supplied

4    ,                      ABC4 ,                            CCC    ,                           Order Lost

5    ,                      ABC5  ,                           CCC    ,                           AR Clear

6     ,                     ABC6  ,                           CCC     ,                          Quotation Submitted

7     ,                     ABC7   ,                          DDD     ,                          Interest Shown

8     ,                     ABC8    ,                         DDD    ,                           Decision on Hold

9      ,                    ABC9 ,                            EEE     ,                           Material Supplied

10  ,                      ABC10 ,                          FFF       ,                         Negotiation Stage

11 ,                       ABC11 ,                           FFF     ,                          Order Placed

12 ,                       ABC12 ,                          FFF    ,                            Order Lost

13   ,                     ABC13 ,                          GGG    ,                          Wrong Info

14  ,                      ABC14 ,                          GGG   ,                           Not Interested

15   ,                     ABC15  ,                         HHH   ,                            Product Info Requires

];

maptable:

mapping

load "Customer Id"&'-'&max as Key,RowNo() as row;

load "Customer Id",max(NUM#(PurgeChar("Enquiry Id",'ABC'))) as max resident TABLE GROUP BY "Customer Id";

load*,

ApplyMap('maptable',

"Customer Id"&'-'&NUM#(PurgeChar("Enquiry Id",'ABC')),null()) as "Sr n01" resident TABLE;

drop table TABLE;

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Partner
Partner

Thanks a lot. Even the Bar Graph is working Perfectly fine .

Thanks once again. Cheers mate

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Creator III
Creator III

As an extra advice, it is better to handle this kind of needs in script side for better performance. You can flag the records that you need

For example:

temp_table:

load * Inline [

"Sr","Enq","Cust","Cur"

1,'ABC1','AAA','Not Interested'

2,'ABC2','BBB','Order Placed'

3,'ABC3','BBB','Material Supplied'

4,'ABC4','CCC','Order Lost'

5,'ABC5','CCC','AR Clear'

6,'ABC6','CCC','Quotation Submitted'

7,'ABC7','DDD','Interest Shown'

8,'ABC8','DDD','Decision on Hold'

9,'ABC9','EEE','Material Supplied'

10,'ABC10','FFF','Negotiation Stage'

11,'ABC11','FFF','Order Placed'

12,'ABC12','FFF','Order Lost'

13,'ABC13','GGG','Wrong Info'

14,'ABC14','GGG','Not Interested'

15,'ABC15','HHH','Product Info Requires'

table:

load *,

IF(Cust<>peek(Cust,RecNo(),'temp_table'),1,0) as LastOccFlag

Resident temp_table;

drop table temp_table;

result will be:

result.png

Then you can use this flag on calculations.

you can use count({<LastOccFlag={1}>} "Customer Id") instead of Count({<"Sr No"={$(=concat(aggr(max("Sr No"),"Customer Id"),','))}>} "Customer Id") for the bar chart that you already did.

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Partner
Partner

But if there are large sets of data, say 100,000 rows of data, then using Inline Load will not be practical right ???

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Creator III
Creator III

Of course, you should load the table from the source. We use inline for creating a sample data because we don't know your actual data.

For example;

temp_table:

load *;

sql select

     "Sr No",

     "Enquiry Id",

     "Customer Id ",

     "Current Action"

     from sourceTable;

table:

load *,

IF(Cust<>peek(Cust,RecNo(),'temp_table'),1,0) as LastOccFlag

Resident temp_table;

drop table temp_table;

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Partner
Partner

Thanks a lot. Will definitely consider using it

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Partner
Partner

Hi

Actually It Shows the correct count when on display, but however when you are selecting a particular dimension, then the count increases because it even takes the count that doesn't have a max [Sr No].

     For Example the Graph shows [Order Lost] count as 1, but if you click on it the count increases to 2. This is because it even takes [Customer Id] CCC's [Order Lost] into consideration. So I did the necessary change in the equation and then the answer comes correct

     The correct Expression is as follows

Count({<"Sr No"={ $(=Concat(aggr(max({1}"Sr No"),[Customer Id]),','))}>}"Customer Id")

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