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Contributor III
Contributor III

Why is the filter ignored in set analysis

Helo,

I am doing a count of a field f4 for a specific value of field f2 with this code =count({<f2={'b2'}>} distinct f4)

With nothing selected in f2, this gives result as 1, which is fine.

When I select f2=b1, I was hoping this code will give 0 but it still gives 1.

Why is it ignoring the f2=b1 selection? How can I make it consider that selection?

Thanks,

VJ

1 Solution

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Try this

=Count({<f2 *= {b2}>} distinct f4)

Implicit Set Operators

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Try this

=Count({<f2 *= {b2}>} distinct f4)

Implicit Set Operators

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May be Implicit operator

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