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Filtering by member properties

Hi,

I built a input schedule and i want filtering members by properties. I tried from the member lookup from the Current View, clicking in the dimension. I select the property value, flag the mark "use the filter" and i press "refresh". Well i've the members who fulfil this property. But what should i do if i want show only these members in my input schedule. Because if i've an expansion with "member set" = self or members it ignores the filter and show me the self member or all the members.

Thanx in advance.

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 02:08 PM

    Jose,

    Sorry, but I would advice you to follow the BPC reporting training because this question will be handled in this training.

    Also the online documentation of BPC has answers to this kind of questions.

    You can do this by selecting the memberset field (same field as where you entered 'self') with your right mouse button, select 'evdre: build filter', and than build the filter.

    Or you can enter in the memberset field something like calc="N".

    Alwin

    Edited by: Alwin Berkhout on Jun 18, 2008 4:09 PM

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      Jose,

      I hope I understand your question correctly.

      You may concatenate the filter of the memberset; let me give you an example:

      in the memberset you may create a formula like:

      ="type="""&A50&""""

      than in cell a50 an enduser can enter an F or H or G (you have to unlock cell a50)

      you could also create a nice dropdown box where an enduser can select F/H/G en link that to cell a50.

      Hope this helps,

      Alwin

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