8 Replies Latest reply: Feb 5, 2014 2:13 PM by Abhi Hariharan

# Pivot Table

Hi!

How to create a pivot table like below example.

 Estoque Pedido em Carteira Exp. - Dia Anterior Prd. - Dia Anterior Prc. Médio/Mês - NET Produto Qtd. U.M. Qtd. U.M. Qtd. U.M. Qtd. U.M. U.M. Ped.Pend Faturado Mix

tks

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If Qtd., U.M., Ped.Pend and Faturado Mix are expressions then it is not possible to create the pivot table you want. All expressions will be shown for all values of dimensions in the pivot table. No exceptions possible.

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Thanks Gysbert!

But in expressions have a conditional enable, i think use conditional like if(ColumnNo()=X,1,0), but dont work.

Any idea how to use a conditional expression?

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No exceptions possible.

No buts either

Feel free to prove me wrong

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"Feel free to prove me wrong"

LOL

Thanks!

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Hey guys,

I am given a task to calculate the frequency of calls across a territory. If the rep called a physician regarding the sale of the product 5 times, then frequency is 5 and HCP count is 1....I generated frequencies from 1 to 124 in my pivot table using a calculated dimension which is working fine. But my concern is :

My manager wants frequencies till 19 in order from 1..2..3..4...5..6.....19...

And from the frequency 21-124 as 20+.

I would be grateful if someone helps me with this.....Eager for the reply....

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Abhi, if you are not a robot and have a question, please create your own discussion rather than posting in multiple discussions.

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i am not able to do that...

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Marco,

You can create a pivot table with two expressions Qtd. and U.M., and without "Prc. Médio/Mês - NET".  Create a separate table with "Prc. Médio/Mês - NET" only and with four expressions.  Place these tables next to each other.
It may or may not work for you, depending on the overall behavior of the tables.

Regards,
Michael
PS: It does not proves Gysbert wrong because I'm suggesting two tables.