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How to highlight max value in crosstab in SAP Design Studio?

Mar 30, 2017 at 08:37 AM

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E.g. In above screenshot, I have to highlight(Bold font) 60 in 1st row, 23 in 2nd row and 102 in 4th row.

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Tammy Powlas
Mar 30, 2017 at 09:20 AM
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Have you considered setting up conditional formatting in Design Studio to achieve this? See https://blogs.sap.com/2014/05/29/how-to-set-up-easy-conditional-formatting-design-studio-13/

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Hi Tammy,

Thanks for the reply.

Actually I want to highlight the maximum value from the row not a value which is greater than or less than

some perticular value.

I also checked for conditional formatting property for crosstab. but there are only 2 options as True and False. I am not getting the screen like you have shown in your post.

I am using SAP Design Studio 1.6

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The easy conditional formatting is available on the chart component, not the cross tab

Another idea is to try this: https://blogs.sap.com/2014/01/14/activating-conditional-formatting-from-analysis-office-to-design-studio/

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Tammy,

I have looked at the link you provided, and tried to set up conditional formatting on an InfoChart within the DS, but I also don't see the screen like in your post. In my InfoChart's properties I can only set conditional formatting to be either true or false. Do you think the functionality you are describing in your post has been removed from DS 1.6?

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Agata - in 1.3 we only had the Chart component; it looks like the Easy Conditional Formatting (from that blog) is only available for Chart component. It is still in the Chart component for 1.6; but you are better off using the InfoChart

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Thanks Tammy. The Chart component seems to be entirely gone from my version of DS now, so I need to use InfoCharts. That's ok, I just wondered if this Easy Conditional Formatting thing is still available.

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