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ankitd_modi
New Contributor III

Help on SetAnalysis

HI,

Please any one can help me to convert this below code into Setanalysis

if( not isnull([Platform]),[ flag] &[Id] ))

Note:- [ flag] &[Id] -  Due to this am getting allocated memory exceeded in the chart in QlikView 11

So am thinking that set analysis can help this out.

Regards,

Ankit Modi

4 Replies
jason_michaelid
Honored Contributor II

Re: Help on SetAnalysis

I think I'd create a new field based on [ flag] & [Id] in the script.  Is that doable?

Jason

ankitd_modi
New Contributor III

Re: Help on SetAnalysis

That could be the last option..

Regards,

Ankit

jason_michaelid
Honored Contributor II

Re: Help on SetAnalysis

I would almost always try and push as much logic into the script as possible. Saves on server resources in expressions etc (unless you are creating lots of superfluous data of course!)

Gabriel
Valued Contributor II

Re: Help on SetAnalysis

Hi,

Have you tried

If(([Platform]<>NULL),[ flag] &[Id] ).


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