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Use of Sum-Expression in simple Table

Hi all together,

I got a little issue in trying to sum up values. My original excel sheet gives me different projects and payments, it may be that there are several payments to a project, so it appears repeatedly in my excel sheet.

What I would like to do is creat a simple Table in QLIK, where I can show the Payments summed up and the costs, that come from another table. My problem right now is, that when I use the expression Sum(Payment), a invalid dimension is criticized.

My table looks like this when I just use the Payments as field (it's called "Erlös").

As it can be seen, QLIK lists up all the Payments from the original source. I would like to show just one column, so that it's like

Projektstart

ErlösKosten
-391363,01-15634,65

May it work with this form of graph or will I have to choose another one?

Thanks for the replies.

Greetings

Tom Müller

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MVP

Re: Use of Sum-Expression in simple Table

Choose the appropriate dimensions (I suspect that you need Projekt, and possible ProjektLeiter), and use Sum([Erlös]) and Sum(Kosten) as expressions.

Logic will get you from a to b. Imagination will take you everywhere. - A Einstein
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MVP

Re: Use of Sum-Expression in simple Table

Choose the appropriate dimensions (I suspect that you need Projekt, and possible ProjektLeiter), and use Sum([Erlös]) and Sum(Kosten) as expressions.

Logic will get you from a to b. Imagination will take you everywhere. - A Einstein
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Re: Use of Sum-Expression in simple Table

i don't understand your label language, anyway you should create a table as below:

dimension: Projekt

expression1: Sum(Erlös)

expression2: Sum(Kosten)

Partner

Re: Use of Sum-Expression in simple Table

Hallo Tom,

die beiden haben recht du kannst sum(Payment) nicht als Dimension verwenden sondern musst es als Kennzahl benutzen.

Contributor

Re: Use of Sum-Expression in simple Table

Thanks for the answers, works like this.

Have a nice day!