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Linking to two or more dates

MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Linking to two or more dates

This tutorial presents a script pattern for assigning time dimensions to multiple fact dates in a data model. It answers the commonly asked Forum question "how do I link to two dates"?

The pattern will demonstrate how to link all fact dates to a common calendar as well as using separate calendars for each fact date.

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

@ritaaguiar Can you just click ok and then reload?

-Rob

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ritaaguiar
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@rwunderlich

By Clicking ok and then reload you mean trying to open it again? Yeah, but it shows that message again.

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

@ritaaguiar Are you using Personal Edition or a licensed version?

-Rob

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ritaaguiar
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@rwunderlich

Personal edition, why you asking?

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

The embedded license allowed PE users to open the qvw.  However, the embedded license has expired and I no longer have the capability to embed PE licenses. I've updated the copy on the website to remove the embedded license. Please re-download. As you are using Personal Edition, you may have to use up one of your recoveries to open it.  Reload after recovery.

-Rob

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Samir
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Hello Rob,

I am following your instruction and I was able to create a DateLink table but I am getting error when I include Call CalendarFromField('Date', 'CommonCalendar',''); CalendarFromField.JPG in the script. It doesn't seem to find CalendarFromField function.

Can you please help?

Thanks

Samir

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Did you include the Sub code from the sample script?

-Rob

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