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How to surpress key figure-Urgent

Hi BI Gurus,

I have a issue in my report.

This is a tabler query

CURRENT REPORT IS

GL -PO POITEM -POAMT GLINvOICE -GLINVOICE AMT

11 -1234 -- -10 -- $4000 ---511111 -


$1000

11 -1234 -- -10 -- $4000 ---611111 -


$3000

11 -1234 -- -20 -- $3000 ---711111 -


$3000

Actually we need

GL -PO POITEM -POAMT GLINvOICE -GLINVOICE AMT

11 -1234 -- -10 -- $4000 ---511111 -


$1000

-


611111 -


$3000

11 -1234 -- -20 -- $3000 ---711111 -


$3000

Is there any way to surpress key figure value in the report to display PO amount key figure only once .

Appriciate your respose

Thanks

Rohan

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Oct 13, 2006 at 09:14 PM

    In the Query properties check the suppress repeated values.

    Hope this helps

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Try the option 'Suprress result' in keyfigure properties 'calculate single value as'. But 'Calculate result' option should be set as display so that output will display in result of PO amount

      cheers

      sb

      assign points if useful

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Oct 14, 2006 at 04:14 AM

    Hi,

    you have made an Infoset query on 2 ODS..GL ODS and PO ODS..and as they are not part of same dimension..you will get the casterian product of there and this bound to happen.

    The solution is:

    The merger GL ODS and PO ODS data on some logic into a cube and place GL PO and POITEM in same dimension of the cube.

    Regards,

    San!

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