01-10-2018 06:27 AM
In my list table object I display some category variables and one aggregated measure. I want to filter the results on the value of the aggregated measure. So not on the underlying individual values of the records.
Unfortunately in the filter-tab I cannot select the aggregated measure to construct a filter on and when I try to make a filter on the source variable of the aggregated measure I don’t get the desired result.
In the example I only want to see the observations where the aggregated value (Zakelijke kilometers laatste 12 maand) is greater than 15000. The first record. As you can see it is possible to construct a display-rule on the aggregated value. I use SAS/VA 7.3.
Gr. Ronald Hof
01-10-2018 07:34 AM
I am using VA 7.4 but i hope you can do the same in 7.3
A litte work around:
I use VA_SAMPLE_ACNE_BANK in my example and add a list table with business_unit and capital_allocated (sum).
I then add a filter with capital_allocated:
I then click the down arrow to the upper right and edit the filter and add the expression capital_allocated less than 5000000000 and click ok:
The filter now looks like:
As you see there is a (summa) ie sum added so that the filter works on aggregated data, my result looks like:
Does this work for you?
01-10-2018 07:40 AM
VA7.4 allows you to do that, I do not know about VA7.3
Add a slider to the section prompt area, check if you can assign your aggregated measure.
Also note, if you are using the filter tab on a report object, and want to choose the the aggregated measure, they come right after the category variables.
01-10-2018 08:50 AM
Thanks for your response but your situation is a little different. In your example “Capital_Allocated” is not an aggregated measure but a regular measure. In the filter-tab you filter on the aggregated value of a regular measure (sum). My variable “Zakelijke kilometers (laatste 12 maand)” is already an (complex) aggregated measure which contains a rolling sum. In the filter-tab I cannot select an already aggregated measure for filtering.
01-10-2018 09:44 AM
What a pity, I tried with a less complex but still calculated aggregated measure and that worked, so I thought that all aggregated measures could be used...
Now I trid with a more complex one using parallell periods and that did not work
I am stuck.