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WebI Report Skipping/Hiding Some Rows. How to resolve this issue?

Hello Experts,

I'm struggling with a strange issue. Please help me to solve.I have 2 queries called HW_X and MV_X, all common dimensions are merged.

MV_X Query Objects HW_X Query Objects

MVModule (Merged)

HwModule (Merged) MvDate (Merged) HwDate (Merged) MvEqgrp (Merged) HwEqgrp (Merged) MvMoves - Its a measure HwWfrs - Its a measure Mv EQ Name - Not merged

One Variable called FA_Module is created based on formula: IF EQName ="X" Then "AA"else if EQName ="Y" Then "BB" Else MV_X.Module

I'm creating a Section Based on FA_Module variable.

Report structure:

Section on FA_Module:

=nameof(MVDate) =MvDate Sum Total Wfrs =ForceMerge(HwWfrs) =Sum(ForceMerge(HwWfrs)) Total Moves =ForceMerge(MvMoves) =Sum(ForceMerge(MvMoves))


My Output should be like below. Using Horizontal table in report

AA

MVDate 11/1/2014 11/2/2014 11/3/2014 11/4/2014 11/5/2014 11/6/2014 11/7/2014 Sum Total Wfrs 10 15 20 5 25 35 40 150 Total Moves 25 45 70


But I'm getting following Output.

AA

MVDate 11/3/2014 11/6/2014 Sum Total Wfrs 20 35 150 Total Moves 25 45 70

Its skipping some rows even though there is data for Total Wfrs and MVDates.

Not applying any filters at WebI and UNV level.
I'm getting the required output in DeskI 3.0 Report. But We migrated this report to WebI 4.0 SP6
Problem is in WebI 4.0 SP6 report. It kept huge effort but not able to solve.

How to achieve the desired output. please help.

Thanking you in Advance.

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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2014 at 09:09 AM

    Hi Thirupathi Reddy Peram,

    Please try creating a variable which should be " [Forcemerge(HWwfrs)] foreach ([mergeddimension of MvDate]) " ....

    and create a variable for MvMoves also like " if isnull(MvMoves]) then " " else "MvMoves" " ..

    I hope It will help you in displaying the hidden values....

    Please try and let me know.

    Regards,

    Bala Krish

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2014 at 10:22 AM

    Small mistake in formula for Total Moves.

    Report structure:

    Section on FA_Module:

    =nameof(MVDate) =MvDate Sum Total Wfrs =ForceMerge(HwWfrs) =Sum(ForceMerge(HwWfrs)) Total Moves =MvMoves =Sum(MvMoves)

    ForceMerge() is not used for Moves.

    Regards,

    ThirupathiReddy

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2014 at 11:11 AM

    Hi Thirupathi,

    Use InBlock Context Operator : Sets the context for each section of a Block.

    eg: =Forcemerge([HWwfrs]) In Block

    And also check / uncheck whether the check box named as "show rows/columns with empty dimension values under the display section of crosstab properties.

    Hope this information helps you to some extent..

    --Raji. S

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2014 at 11:52 AM

    Hi Thirupathi Reddy Peram,

    as you have multiple dimensions merged, in case the above doesn´t work, try

    creating a "dummy" variable

    [conc] = concatenation of all merged dimensions and create a detail variable

    [Mv EQ Name_det] = [Mv EQ Name] with associated dimension = [conc].


    Cheers,

    Rogerio

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    • Hi Thirupathi Reddy Peram,

      Not sure but you can give it a try.

      Create a variable for Mvmovers and Wfrs(Which are not merged) and keep "Qualifications" as detail(i know these are measure still no loss giving it a try) and in the "associated dimention" select any of your merged dimention and then use these new variables in your report.

      Hope it works.

      Regards,

      Rishabh

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