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I have a straight table that shows Transaction Expenses for each category and for each month as below
I use the dimension limits and I try to show only the largest 5 Categories and inside each category only largest 2 months and the result is as below (which is expected)
Now for the Dimension 'Year Month' when I select the 'Global Grouping Mode' I get the below result.
The explanation I found in a book is as below. but I am not able to understand it'
/* Global Grouping Mode: This option determines if the restrictions defined
should be calculated considering the inner dimensions or based on a sub
total, disregarding the remaining dimensions*/
Can someone explain me what is happening here when i check the 'Global Grouping Mode' for the Year Month ?
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remove dimension category, remove dimension limit
I think the top 2 expenses are in 2014-06 and 2014-09; these are the 2 year-months you get for every category when global grouping is checked
PFA, page 3
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I think, when global grouping is checked, you get the largest two year months across all category
Hi Massimo....I had missed the screenshot of the final result in the earlier reply. I have added the same in the post. I am still not able to figure out how this 'Global Grouping Mode' works here... Any insights in this is always welcome
I got it now....you are right...those are the two months with maximum amounts. That explains
Many Thanks for the clarification