3 Replies Latest reply: Oct 19, 2012 8:34 AM by Perumal Ayyappan

# Using one dimension in an other in set analysis

Hello,

I will try to explain my problem, but sorry if it isn't clear, Englsih is not my langage.

I have two tables with Year and Month in each one, but with a different name so there isn't any link. I can't change anything to that structure.

But I need to use the value of one year and month in the other one. For example :

Table Transac => MoisTransac (month) and AnneeTransac (year)

Table km => Mois (month) and Annee (year)

And I need that the month Mois used in the sum is the same than the value of the month MoisTransac

I already tried this solutions with only the month but it doesn't work :

Sum( {<  Mois = {"=MoisTransac"}  >} [Km_Pro] ) if(Mois=MoisTransac,[Km_Pro],0) sum({< Mois=p(MoisTransac)>} [Km_Pro] )

Thank you for your help.

• ###### Re: Using one dimension in an other in set analysis

Hi

Try this expression.this one  hopeful for u

Sum( {<  Mois = {'\$(=concat(chr(39)&MoisTransac&chr(39),','))'}  >} [Km_Pro] )

• ###### Re: Using one dimension in an other in set analysis

Thank you for your answer, but sadly it doesn't work.

• ###### Re: Using one dimension in an other in set analysis

Hi,

Please upload sample application for reference