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Issue with the SAC Table after Loading the data..?

Hi All,

I have created SAC story with the table, but it is showing the below warning .Can anyone help out what it would be and how to fix it..?

2.Is there any way to know the number of records loaded into present table..?

3.Can we apply sorting option for two columns at a time in table Account measures..?

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    Posted on Jul 20 at 08:04 AM

    Venkata,

    1. regarding the warning message you are getting, there is a limit to the number of rows and columns that can be displayed at any one time. If you wish to increase the number of row displayed you need to decrease the number of columns. Selecting "Edit Drill Limitation" will let you change the limit on rows and columns to match your data. This is described in the online help:

    "Edit Drill Limitation - When there are too many rows in your table only 500 are displayed and you get a warning. You can click on the icon and then Edit Drill Limitation to increase the table size. Keep in mind that when you increase the number of rows the number of columns will decrease to preserve the recommended limit"

    2. I don't know of any easy way to know the total number of records loaded into a table. I believe you should see the number of records loaded when you first load the records, but after the fact I don't know of any function that will return the total number of records in an unfiltered table.

    3. I don't believe it is possible to sort on multiple columns in the dimension structure.

    Regards,

    Peter

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