[SOLVED] Compute Field for Business View - Count where a Dim Attribute equals a value
Disclaimer: I'm a novice with this App Studio language. I am trying to create a Computed Field for my Cluster's Business View. I want the Computed field to provide the count of Closed Claims (i.e. Event_SubPart_ID).
I know how to write it in SQL:
SELECT COUNT(EVENT_SUBPART_ID) FROM CLMNT_RISK_RSRV_MTH_SNP_F AS F, EVENT_SUBPART_STAT_DIM AS D WHERE F.EVENT_SUBPART_STAT_KEY = D.EVENT_SUBPART_STAT_KEY AND EVENT_SUBPART_STAT_GRP_NM = 'Closed'
However, I can't figure out the language within App Studio Compute field window. The below statement just ends up bringing the total Claim Count regardless of Status when used in Info Assist canvas.
IF EVENT_SUBPART_STAT_GRP_NM EQ 'Closed' THEN CNT.CLMNT_RISK_RSRV_MTH_SNP_F.EVENT_SUBPART_ID ELSE 0
Thank youThis message has been edited. Last edited by: FP Mod Chuck,
Application Edition SQL Server
February 01, 2019, 03:59 AM
Could be as simple as this:
JOIN EVENT_SUBPART_STAT_KEY IN CLMNT_RISK_RSRV_MTH_SNP_F TO EVENT_SUBPART_STAT_KEY IN EVENT_SUBPART_STAT_DIM AS J1
TABLE FILE CLMNT_RISK_RSRV_MTH_SNP_F
WHERE EVENT_SUBPART_STAT_GRP_NM EQ 'Closed';
- Using AS 8.2.01 on Windows 7 - IE11.
in Focus since 1988
February 01, 2019, 04:12 AM
Welcome to the Forum!
I think that your issue is with an understanding of the difference between COMPUTE and DEFINE.
Essentially (as near as makes no difference), a DEFINE is evaluated against each row within the source whereas a COMPUTE is evaluated against the returned answer set (e.g. the data is already aggregated as per your verb(s)).
So I would suggest that you create a DEFINE within your cluster synonym.
Also you can using boolean logic to determine closed count -