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## Sum into a Text Object - How to use AGGR after fliter

Hello,

I have a straight table (see screenshot).I'm trying to get the sum of rows of the Spend into a text object.

And the 1/2/3/4 Vendor(s) is Dimensions with extension below:

=if(aggr(Count(DISTINCT Vendor_Code), Material_Code)=1,

'1 Vendor',aggr(Count(DISTINCT Vendor_Code), Material_Code)&' Vendors')

Now when I sum the Spend of 1 Vendor into Text Object, the result is incorrect.

=sum(if(aggr(Count(DISTINCT Vendor_Code), Material_Code)=1,Delivery_Amount))

or try this extension is incorrect too:

=sum(aggr(if(aggr(Count(DISTINCT Vendor_Code), Material_Code)=1,Delivery_Amount), Material_Code))

I want to sum the Spend of the material_code has only one vendor_code:

Can anybody help me to correct the extension ?

Thank you

Ming

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MVP

May be this

Sum({<Material_Code = {"=Count(DISTINCT Vendor_Code) = 1"}>}Delivery_Amount)

5 Replies

Try this?

=Sum(If(Aggr(Count({<Vendor_Code = {'1 Vendor'}>} DISTINCT Vendor_Code), Material_Code)=1,Delivery_Amount))

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MVP

May be this

Sum({<Material_Code = {"=Count(DISTINCT Vendor_Code) = 1"}>}Delivery_Amount)

Contributor III
Author

The '1 Vendor' is not the value of Vendor_code.

it Calculated with

=if(aggr(Count(DISTINCT Vendor_Code), Material_Code)=1,

'1 Vendor',aggr(Count(DISTINCT Vendor_Code), Material_Code)&' Vendors')

Contributor III
Author

It's working well, Thank you!