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BEx Query warning, Best Practices

Hi guys,

I'm just starting out with BEx Query and I have a question. Make a query that brings the top 15 providers according to amount (below the photos in sequence of how I designed it). This query if it gives me correct results, but in turn also throws me warning which is fine, but I would like to know how is that warning (the best practice recommended) or just ignore it?

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  • Any chance you can help translate to English? For what it’s worth your setup of the condition looks fine so probably not a big deal, but if you can help translate the warning I may be able to further confirm

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    Hi William,

    Yes, the warning says "an applied condition does not provide any univocal result".

    Thanks

    Best regards

    Victor

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    Oct 02, 2017 at 06:52 PM

    William - it looks to translate to a warning that "an applied condition does not provide any univocal result" or an unambigous result. I usually check the result and ignore the warning...

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