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Contributor III
Contributor III

How to define background color of auto-sum row in Pivot Table?

Dear QS Experts


I am new to QS and I have a question about color by expression

I have 2 sheets (‘Sample’ & ‘Target’) and linked via ‘Region’ column in QS as below

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Then I create a simple pivot table with auto-sum row and set background color with expression. The measurement is Make% ---- Count({<[Met]={'1'}>}[Order Line])/Count([Order Line]

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If Make% meet the target in ‘Target’ sheet then it shows green otherwise green. Color expression as below

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There is no sum target in the target sheet and I am not allowed to change raw data

But sum target calculation method is as below:

Q2:  ((HK(0.63)+TH(0.65)+INDO(0.72)+JAPAN(0.63))/4=0.65

Q3:  ((HK(0.65)+TH(0.67)+INDO(0.75)+JAPAN(0.65))/4=0.68


All the rows work well except the ‘Auto-Sum’ row. As you can see 61% is lower than above sum Q2 & Q3 target but it still shows green color

May I know how to adjust my expression to make it right?

You could check attached raw data and apps for your reference

Thanks for your advice in advance

Ivan

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Master II
Master II

Hi

i have updated your app but hard coded the value 0.68 and 0.65 in the background color . change that value as per your requirement and it shall give you the result. if stuck somewhere tell me the  exact expression for back ground color of sum row i will update it.

edit :inplace of 0.65 and 0.68 put the expression

regards

Pradosh

Learning never stops.

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Master II
Master II

Hi

i have updated your app but hard coded the value 0.68 and 0.65 in the background color . change that value as per your requirement and it shall give you the result. if stuck somewhere tell me the  exact expression for back ground color of sum row i will update it.

edit :inplace of 0.65 and 0.68 put the expression

regards

Pradosh

Learning never stops.

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Contributor III
Contributor III

Pradosh

Thank you so much for the reply

It works well so far

May I know what does dimensionality()=0 mean?

Best Regards
Ivan

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Master II
Master II

dimensionality is always 0 for summary rows. try putting an extra column with expression dimesnionality() and you will know what it returns.

regards

Pradosh

Learning never stops.
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Contributor III
Contributor III

Pradosh

I am still little bit confused about 'dimensionality is always 0'. I try your way and result like below

Does it mean that result equals to auto sum function? If so, why the color turn back to green again?

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Best Regards

Ivan

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Master II
Master II

whats your expression for summary row target value ?

can you post that ?

let me have a look at it. if it is les then your calulated value it will turn green else red. thats what happened woth o.68 and 0.65 . change it and you will see the diffrence

regards

Pradosh

Learning never stops.
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Contributor III
Contributor III

Pradosh

Please kindly check the attahced apps for your reference

Best Regards

Ivan

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Master II
Master II

this is not the same app we were using ?

Learning never stops.
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Contributor III
Contributor III

Pradosh

I just add dimesnionality() as you instructed. Color expression keeps unchanged

Best Regards

Ivan

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Master II
Master II

I have added the dimensionality column for your reference.Hope it will be helpful.

regards

Pradosh

Learning never stops.