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How can I display zero if a variable is null?

I have a WebI report in which I have a few numeric variables for which I would like to display zeroes if the value is null. I realize can do something like this...


Is that the only way?

I am using BO 4.0 SP4 Patch 3.



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    Posted on Oct 12, 2012 at 08:00 AM


    You can also use these,






    Hope these helps,

    Utku Sancaktar

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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2016 at 11:14 AM

    Hi All,

    I have the same requirement.

    I have multiple measure variables (each for different trends)

    Sales - current 12 months

    Sales - prev 12 months

    Sales - curr YTD

    Sales - prev YTD

    Here I show them in a crosstab in my dashboard. For various rows I see null/blanks.

    So, at the universe, as suggested by Ranjani and others, I tried defining '0' in Undefined box.

    But, it still shows null values 😔

    My table looks as below

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