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Contributor II
Contributor II


when we write getselected count functions,class functions in qlikview

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If(getselectedcount(field)>0 and ....)

Here, I've written above expression is showing the error purpose. Let's assume you have pivot or straight objects on your dashboard. This scenario, your user want to put one error message like please select one dimension. Then might users can easily access what they're message showing

And class function we can use pick and match instead of if then we Are using the class function

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