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Why i get this value, #VALEURMULTI?


Hi,

I can't see the correct value in the table, WHy? I need put this values in a graphic. How i can do that?

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Thanks a lot!!!

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    Posted on Jun 02, 2014 at 08:53 AM

    Federico, Change projection function of FD Value as SUM.

    or else try =sum([FD Value])

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      Federico, SUM is an aggregate function which gives you the sum of measures.

      At Universe level, In object properties -- change projection Functions as SUM.

      If still, it is displaying #multivalue error. Then in Info View, create a variable

      =sum([FD Value]) //In your screen shot FD Value object is showing #multivalues... so try to apply Sum() function and check..

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    Posted on Jun 02, 2014 at 09:23 AM

    Hi Federico,

    The error Multivalue comes up when a particular field has multiple values to display for a given record.

    BUt given that FD Value is a Measure, it ideally should aggreagate unless other Aggregation options are given at the source level.

    So in your case here, what you could possibly check is if FDValue has more than 1 Unit per record.

    For instance, if FD Value is 1 GBP, 1 INR etc for the same record, in such cases there is a possibility that this error shows up.

    Can you please check this?

    Regards,

    Srilakshmi B

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