2 Replies Latest reply: Sep 4, 2015 3:20 AM by Rudolf Linder

# Filter Help at script side

Hi Folks ,

Below is my scenario,

From this what I want to create a bar chart with 3 Dimension as Group A(Numbers=101,102,103,104) , Group B (Numbers=109,110,111,112), Group C(Numbers=114,115,116,117) and expression =sum(Sales)

Kindly help here!

Thanks,

AS

• ###### Re: Filter Help at script side

You can achieve this from both Frond end and back end script. I will suggest to create a Field in back end and use that field as dimension

From Frond end,

Dimension:

ValueList('Group A','Group B','Group C')

Expression:

=pick(match(ValueList('Group A','Group B','Group C'),'Group A','Group B','Group C'),

Sum({<Numbers={'101','102','103','104'}>}Sales),

Sum({<Numbers={'109','110','111','112'}>}Sales),

Sum({<Numbers={'114','115','116','117'}>}Sales))

From back end script create a field Group

if(match(Numbers,'101','102','103','104'),'Group A',

if(match(Numbers,'109','110','111','112'),'Group B',

if(match(Numbers,'114','115','116','117'),'Group C'))) as Group

Create a chart

Dimension:

Group

Expression:

Sum(Sales)

• ###### Re: Filter Help at script side

I would recommend a solution in script

Build an Inline table

MapGroup

Load * Inline [

Numbers, Group

101, Group A

102, Group A

103, Group A

104, Group A

109, Group B

..

..

]

And use Dimension Group in your chart

You may map this table to your fact table

Advantage while doing in script: easier creation of Chart and no additional calculation

(if handling should always be the last choice).