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Filter rows axis dimension with page axis dimensions

Hi Experts

I’m making a new report with EPM10 Excel Addin

My requeriment is:

I have one filter called Family Dimension, then I have rows with Product Dimension.

I would to see if I choose Family 1, my rows would be BASELEVEL(products) of family 1. If I choose family 2, BASELEVEL(products) of family2...

How can I achieve this??


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    Posted on Jun 04, 2014 at 12:06 PM

    Hi alex,

    You can make use of function EPMDimensionOverride to override your row axis. You can build the required dimension members elsewhere in your report based on user selection of Family Dimension.

    Try searching for EPMDImensionOverride and you will get many threads.



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    • Just to add, you would need something like below -

      =EPMDimensionOverride("000","Product","CALC=N AND Family="&A1)

      where 000 is report ID (default in this case)

      Calc=N to fetch base members

      A1 is the cell where users can select the family (family1 or 2, etc.)

      Assumption - Family is a property name in product dimension with valid members maintained as family1, etc.



  • Posted on Jun 04, 2014 at 12:33 PM

    Hi Alex,

    Your requirements are not clear. What dimensions you are talking about? What dimension do you have on page axis and what - on row axis?


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