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Calculation Of Aggregated Measures

Dear Sas VA Team,

I hope all you people doing well.Greetings

 

Here I have a scenario in purchase department in my company for Purchase Requisition SAS VA Report

1) User wants to enter any random number(like 2 ,4,35,0,8,9,5,120 or whatever) and this will need to added to slider which is having need_by_date as a role 

2) According to slider's manipulated value PR details will be shown.

3)

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Re: Calculation Of Aggregated Measures

Hello,

 

Is part of your question missing?

 

Thanks,

Sam

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Re: Calculation Of Aggregated Measures

Hello Sam,
No there is no any missing part in the question it is complete,and the
another bullet which is left blank was left unintensionally

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Re: Calculation Of Aggregated Measures

Hey Sas VA Team very good morning is there any update regarding above
SAS Super FREQ
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Re: Calculation Of Aggregated Measures

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Hello,

 

Can you provide some more details on what you want to accomplish?

 

Do you want a text input prompt and a slider prompt that are connected? Why is the slider not sufficient by itself?

 

Thanks,

Sam

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Re: Calculation Of Aggregated Measures

I want to accomplish ..

There should be a slider which is assigned need-by-date and it normally
move accordingly by range which user enters.

1) Yes I want text input prompt and slider input prompt differently that
should be connected and slider's value should be increased
by entering number in text input.

For example if I entered 5 in the text box it leads to change in slider it
will add 5 in slider object if we have 2/03/2017 on the slider then
entering 5 in text box should display 7/03/2017 on the slider.

2) Yes I want text input prompt and slider prompt connected

3) Slider is not sufficient by itself because user do not want select a
range on slider .User just want to enter a number and get the result as
stated above.

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Re: Calculation Of Aggregated Measures

Thanks for the additional details.

 

 

If I understand correctly, you have a date selection in the slider, and you want the text input control to adjust the right caret (max value) of the slider by the number of months that is specified.

 

As far as I know this is not possible, sorry.

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Re: Calculation Of Aggregated Measures

Hi!

Why use a slider at all?

For me it seemes better to use a parameter connected to a text box and then use that parameter in a filter.

Wouldn't that get what you want?

 

Otherwise you could try to achieve this by using parameters and linking with "help" objects so that you filter data in several steps.

I did som testing but lacking time to give you an example Smiley Happy

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