I do not know of any way to get that column name, but if you need to use the column in another expression, you could use the column number instead. eg Column(1) + Column(2)
But it seems like you want to sum the column in your screenshot. You cannot to the best of my knowledge use aggregation functions against other columns in the table. Only simple row arithmetic.
Hope that helps
thank you very much for your super-fast help. I appreciate this a lot.
I've taking a look on the previous and above function but do not see how this can work in this example.
My first Expression should have the column-name of the second column - depending on the current selected expression in the cycle group.
Ok, it's clear now,
so try this:
in the label expression for column1 write
- aaa is your cyclic dimension (never mind the error it warns, it works!)
- 'uno' is the label expression when condiction is satisfied
- 'due' is the label expression when condiction is not satisfied (one of the two must be equal to the label of the second column
Hope it may help.