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mjperreault
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What Determines which Objects are Eligible to be added as Levels

Hi All,

 

I have two straight tables in my Qlik Sense application. One has 4 dimensions and 2 measures and one has 5 dimensions and two measures.  The on that has 4 dimensions and 2 measures is able to be chosen as a Level in an NPrinting Template while the other is not so I am curious how NPrinting determines if an object is eligible to be a Level.  Are there certain prerequisites or rules that determine this?  Have not seen any information in any help or support documents.

 

Thanks,
Mark

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Re: What Determines which Objects are Eligible to be added as Levels

Hi @mjperreault 

If you have a calculated dimension in the 4 dimension, 2 measure table, I suggest moving the calculated dimension to the load script. Doing so will allow it to be visible as a usable standard dimension to NPrinting and in turn used as a level or page.

See the following for additional supporting information this point.

https://support.qlik.com/articles/000032045

Hope this helps!

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Re: What Determines which Objects are Eligible to be added as Levels

Hi @mjperreault 

If you have a calculated dimension in the 4 dimension, 2 measure table, I suggest moving the calculated dimension to the load script. Doing so will allow it to be visible as a usable standard dimension to NPrinting and in turn used as a level or page.

See the following for additional supporting information this point.

https://support.qlik.com/articles/000032045

Hope this helps!

We are just 'like' you & like to be liked when we provide a helpful answer and or when you press the 'Solution Accepted' button if an answer provided resolves your question or issue... Cheers!