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## Compare TOTAL and ALL function in sum expressions

Hi,

i have a file.qvw with two columns, TMP_ALL e TMP_TOTAL. If i make no selections it's all ok (value of the two columns are the same), if i filter by Data, Regione, ecc... the values of the columns are different (because the expression defined into TMP_TOTAL depends from the selection). Is there a way to have the same results on the two columns regardless of the filters applied?

See the attachment.

Thank you

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MVP

## Re: Compare TOTAL and ALL function in sum expressions

Hi giuseppe, if you want to ignero selection in Provincia field you'll need to especify the fields you want to ignore:

count(Provincia)/count(TOTAL {<Provincia>} Provincia) <-- This will ignore selections in Provincia for the denominator but applies all other selections

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MVP

## Re: Compare TOTAL and ALL function in sum expressions

sum({1}TOTAL<Data> Popolazione)

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## Re: Compare TOTAL and ALL function in sum expressions

!Sorry, the example i posted wasn't good. I created a new project where i have 14 cars, all registered on 01/01/2010 and sold from 01/02/2010 to 01/03/2011 (one for month). The 14 cars are distributed on 2 Province: 8 for Milano and 6 for Brescia. If I make no selections i have 6/14=42.86% for Brescia and 8/14=57.14% for Milano; if I select cars sold from 01/07/2010 to 01/03/2011 (9 cars, 5 for Brescia and 4 for Milano) I obtain the following % of distribution:

Brescia: 5/9=55.56%

Milano: 4/9=44.44%

If I add another Selection (Brescia) the % of distribution is 100% (the value is correct because depends by the second filter but I'd like mantain 55.56%, namely the % respect the 9 cars obtained filtering only for date of sale).

Is there a way to make this (block the denominator to the value calculated independently from the second filter)?

The solution {1}TOTAL is not good because the distibution is calculated over all cars(14).

MVP

## Re: Compare TOTAL and ALL function in sum expressions

Hi giuseppe, if you want to ignero selection in Provincia field you'll need to especify the fields you want to ignore:

count(Provincia)/count(TOTAL {<Provincia>} Provincia) <-- This will ignore selections in Provincia for the denominator but applies all other selections

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## Re: Compare TOTAL and ALL function in sum expressions

Thank you so much Ruben, it works!!!