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If I was building a gadget, I could do a -SET on the Dimension name, as long as I knew the values for levels 1-4. Is it possible to use wildcards for levels 1-3 and a specific value for level 4? I tried % and *, but it didn't return any results.
I also experimented with querying the DIMENSIONS table directly, like this:
TABLE FILE DIMENSIONS BY LEVEL_01_VALUE BY LEVEL_02_VALUE BY LEVEL_03_VALUE BY LEVEL_04_VALUE WHERE LEVEL_04_VALUE EQ '087-50-6562'; END
I was going to do a READ and then concatenate the values to build a filter, but I immediately ran into a problem. There are actually two records returned for this dimension value, which throws my plan out the window. I need the results to include both records, not just the highest/lowest/first/last record.
JoeyThis message has been edited. Last edited by: Moogle,
-WebFOCUS 8.2.01 on Windows
Posts: 318 | Location: Los Angeles, CA | Registered: November 15, 2005
Is this value ('087-50-6562') in different branches of the same Dimension, like you could have the city Springfield in many states, or is it two different Dimensionsv- perhaps there is a customer who just happens to be named 'Springfield'?