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How to use "%CT" in Query Designer

Hello everyone,

i read that to calculate "Percentage Share of Result" in Query Designer we can use "%CT operator".

But in my Query Designer (Version 7.10, SP10, Patch1) only "%" and "%A" are available to use. There ist no operator named "%CT".

Can someone tell me how to use this operator?

Thanks a lot and best regards,

Susanne

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  • Posted on Jul 04, 2011 at 04:58 AM

    Hello,

    Check in "Operators" section in Query designer under "Percentage Functions".

    If do not find, then you may have to upgrade to the concerned patch.

    Regards,

    Suman

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    Posted on Jul 04, 2011 at 06:11 AM

    Hi,

    In the % Functions in a Formula you can find %, %A, %CT, %GT, %RT all 5 of them .

    My BW system is at Following Upgrade level:

    Software Component    Release    Level    Highest Support 
    SAP_BW                701       0007            SAPKW70107
    

    If at a lower upgrade level, you need to upgrade till Specified BW Release to view these Fxn.

    You can check yours at System (Top of the window) --> Status . Click the Icon of magnifying glass named Componenet Info to view yours.

    Regards

    Raj Rai

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    Posted on Jul 04, 2011 at 02:01 PM

    Hi,

    You can find %CT operator in QD under change formula :

    Operators => Percentage functions => Percentage share of result

    Percentage share of result is %CT

    Regards,

    Amit

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      Hi,

      thanks for your answer.

      But there is no Percentage share of result under "Operators => Percentage functions".

      What I can find under "Operators => Percentage functions" are only % and %A.

      Do you have any other ideas?

      Thanks again,

      Susanne

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