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## Problem with expression

Hi, again I need your help I spent 3 days on solving this and still I can't figure it out

This is fragment of my table, my source of data:

Product_IDLocationLocation_Details
110Spaingarage
110Spainhouse
110Italygarage
110Italygarage
110Italyhouse
110United Kingdomstreet
154Polandhouse
178Spaingarage

And here is my problem :
I need to create a new table, in which I'll have a Product ID, Location, and the amount of Product_ID in particular Location but all of this have to fullfilled following condition :

I'm looking for a Product_ID which is divided into parts - by this I mean that :
1. Particular Product_ID is in different locations - then I know that some part of my product is in Spain and some in Italy so I can assume that it is divided

2. Particular Product_ID is in the same location but in different Location_Details - now all of parts of my Product can be in Spain but in different Location_Details so it is divided.

Expected Output :

Product_IDLocationAmount
110Spain2
110Italy 3
110United Kingdom1

After 3 days my brain hurts when i'm looking at this table

I feel that im close but still my pivot table shows some null values when it is expanded ...

I hope some genius qlikview users will be able to solve this

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New Contributor III

## Re: Problem with expression

Hi

Dimention : Product_ID, Location

Expression:

Sum(AGGR(Count(Product_ID), Product_ID,Location,Location_Details))

Output:

 Product_ID Location Count 110 Italy 2 110 Spain 2 110 United Kingdom 1 154 Poland 1 178 Spain 1

-Sarvjeet

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Honored Contributor III

## Re: Problem with expression

Can you show expected output

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New Contributor III

## Re: Problem with expression

Hi

Dimention : Product_ID, Location

Expression:

Sum(AGGR(Count(Product_ID), Product_ID,Location,Location_Details))

Output:

 Product_ID Location Count 110 Italy 2 110 Spain 2 110 United Kingdom 1 154 Poland 1 178 Spain 1

-Sarvjeet

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New Contributor III

## Re: Problem with expression

I think u updated the source table:

🙂

resut for new source is :

 Product_ID Location Count 110 Italy 3 110 Spain 2 110 United Kingdom 1 154 Poland 1 178 Spain 1
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## Re: Problem with expression

I think this is very close to the correct answer but I have to filter this result table in that way that i won't have product_id which according to my conditions (1. and 2. mentioned above) is not divded into parts. So i'll have just 3 first rows from your table (without 154, 178)

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New Contributor III

## Re: Problem with expression

WorkAround 🙂

- use straight table

- Configure dimention limit as shown is snapshot attached