Ranking Calculated Measures

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Ranking Calculated Measures

Postby chillout » Sun, 12 Nov 2006 20:34:09 GMT

Hi,

I have created a calculated measures in one cube that derives a percentage. I
want to group the percentages together. For example group all 25% in one
category and all 50% in another category.

I have tryied to create the percentage in my table but the value is not
aggregated. So the percentage is not correct.

Appreciate all suggestions.

Cheers,
Chillout


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