1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 8, 2019 12:53 AM by Faiz MH

    Understanding Data Condition

    Faiz MH

      Hi Everyone,


      I have the following condition as shown below. Sorry that I can't share the actual package.


      Pic#1 - there is a RuleNo  dragged from Dimension is applied. Data in Rule1 is considered Trigger if the square is red color(as shown in the calculated field). other color is not a trigger ( Grey - no observation, Orange - no data, Green - normal data) Here I can get a correct representation for Trigger.



      My problem is when I drag out the RuleNo, the color for Trigger has change as hilited in Pic#2 below.


      The calculated field I used is as below:





      ELSEIF [STAT]="no data" THEN "no data"

      ELSEIF [STAT]="no observation" THEN "no observation"

      ELSE "normal data"



      ** the [STAT] is referring to another calculated field but it's kind of straight forward setting.


      My question is how would the color now change to Green instead of Red. I think without the RuleNo at the Column, the calculated field won't work. How can I effectively have only the square(s) from  Rule1 show up in Pic#2(similar to that of Pic#1) as this is the data I am interested in. I do not want to use filter in this case as the workbook is also join to another table hence will jeopardise the other set of data.


      Thank you.

        • 1. Re: Understanding Data Condition
          Faiz MH

          I was thinking that perhaps it is better for me to just use a single source table and it's easier for me to control. I query the data by setting the condition for Rule1 only and then create a calculated field to find the to check for null/not null and set the trigger accordingly. This way can solve the problem I faced.