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Nourrahmcnean
Contributor II
Contributor II

Find out the table source of the fields used the expression of the graph

Hello everyone, 

I'd like to know if there's a way to find out the table source of the field used in the expression in the image below.

The solution that i have is to browse in each table then scroll all the fields. Is there another way?

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marcus_sommer
MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

No, not within the expression window. But there are multiple other ways to look for the source of a field, for example to set an appropriate source TAG to the fields which is then displayed within the table-viewer or within the dimension-listings in the objects: 

Tag ‒ Qlik Sense on Windows

Another method would be to create a specialized object with $Tabel and $Field within the UI - just do a right click on an empty sheet-space and choose new object and from this list you take the last one - structure table (or similar called). With this table you could easily see from where which field is.

- Marcus

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marcus_sommer
MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

No, not within the expression window. But there are multiple other ways to look for the source of a field, for example to set an appropriate source TAG to the fields which is then displayed within the table-viewer or within the dimension-listings in the objects: 

Tag ‒ Qlik Sense on Windows

Another method would be to create a specialized object with $Tabel and $Field within the UI - just do a right click on an empty sheet-space and choose new object and from this list you take the last one - structure table (or similar called). With this table you could easily see from where which field is.

- Marcus

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Nourrahmcnean
Contributor II
Contributor II
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Thanks for your help!