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Setting an object equal to 1000

  • 22 June 2023
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Can I set an object at aggregated level to be equal 1000 using a formula

 

example
‘Salary(euro)’ = 1000

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Best answer by Nathan 22 June 2023, 13:38

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Hi Rocco,

what do you mean by aggregated level ?

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@Nathan I would like to set an object with multiple dimensions (5 dimensions) to be equal to 1000 

Those 1000 should be spread down by the dimensions.
Is it possible with a formula?

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You can do like this (in concept):

 

1000[by split:dimension1,dimension2] 

that’s going to equally split the value over each items of the dimensions.

 

You can do more elaborate logic of course as needed

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I would like all these cells to be equal to the number set, 

could you please help me make it work?

 

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I would like all these cells to be equal to the number set, 

could you please help me make it work?

 

@Nathan 

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If you want to see 1000 everywhere, just type 1000 in the formula.

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Hi @Rocco 

Please follow below Steps:

  1. Create a metric (Data Type: Number, Dimensions: No Dimension) and provide input value 1000
  1. Create a metric (Data Type: Number, Dimensions: Country, Cost Center, Month,Account) and Write in Formula Bad 
    Amount[Add Split:Country,'Cost Center'][Add:Account,Month]

    Hope this will help you to achieve your requirement.

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@Rocco @abhilashsawla is right, ADD is the right keyword , not BY

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