6 Replies Latest reply: Jan 25, 2017 9:58 AM by Denis LOMAKIN

Pivot table totals

Hi all,

I created a set analysis for pivot table to calculate number of donors each moth. The formula displays actual number of donors in completed fiscal month but if a month not completed it displays forecast.

Here is a formula:

If(FiscalMonth < Today_FiscalMonth,

count({<FiscalYear = {'\$(=maxstring(FiscalYear))'},[Gift Type] = {[Recurring Gift Pay-Cash]}, DonorCurentSegment = {'New'}>} distinct [Constituent ID]),

sum({<DonortypeBDFC = {'New'}>} Numofdonors_Forecast))

It works fine for each month but as total id displays forecast summary instead of adding year to day actuals and forecast.

Can somebody help me to understand why it is happening?

Thanks

Denis

• Re: Pivot table totals

can you post a snapshot of the pivot for more clarity

• Re: Pivot table totals

Hi Vineeth,

• Re: Pivot table totals

May be you need this:

Sum(Aggr(

If(FiscalMonth < Today_FiscalMonth,

count({<FiscalYear = {'\$(=maxstring(FiscalYear))'},[Gift Type] = {[Recurring Gift Pay-Cash]}, DonorCurentSegment = {'New'}>} distinct [Constituent ID]),

sum({<DonortypeBDFC = {'New'}>} Numofdonors_Forecast))

, Measures, Month))

• Re: Pivot table totals

Thanks a lot Sunny,

I totally forgot about aggregation function.

It worked thank you

• Re: Pivot table totals

try

SUM(

AGGR(

If(FiscalMonth < Today_FiscalMonth,

count({<FiscalYear = {'\$(=maxstring(FiscalYear))'},[Gift Type] = {[Recurring Gift Pay-Cash]}, DonorCurentSegment = {'New'}>} distinct [Constituent ID]),

sum({<DonortypeBDFC = {'New'}>} Numofdonors_Forecast))

,Measures,Month))

• Re: Pivot table totals

Thanks Vineeth!

It worked!