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Add a column by regular intrval in Cross tab report

Hi,

In my requirement we want to display the premium amount by quarter after every three months in cross tab report.

If I add a coulmn in cross tab it wil created after every month. Please help me to fix this.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 03:59 PM

    Hi,

    Create the cross Tab report as below and apply the break in Q, in that Q column just provide the formula as Sum(Sales) In (Q).
    if you have Q object it fine, otherwise create a variable for quarter as below
    Var_Qtr= if([Month] Inlsit(1;2;3);"Qtr1";if([Month] Inlist (4;5;6);"Qtr2";if([Month] Inlist (7;8;9);"Qtr3";if([Month] Inlist (10;11;12);"Qtr4"))))

    Create the cross tab with two rows (Month & Qtr) one column (State) and drag the sales measure in data values place. now apply the break in Qtr row. then provide the formula in that column as Sum([Sales] in ([Qtr]))

    Thanks,
    Sakthi.


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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 04:03 PM

    Add a variable and make the output of the variable as Q1-2014 and so on..

    And add that variable to the header along with the moth.

    Then create a break on the Quarter variable on the header..

    Then create a break footer on the quarter and add the sum into the footer which will show the quarterly values..

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