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Selected Subtotals in Page-by

Selected Subtotals in Page-by

Selected Subtotals in Page-by

I need to put subtotals not to all the attibutes in my reports that are in the page-by; i use the Subtotal Advanced Option, and Across Level, but it's a selected subtotal, when i put total in one attibute, the second one always put total too, i don't want this, i would like to use like the all subtotal, but only the attibutes that i want...


RE: Selected Subtotals in Page-by

Hi there, I think you won't be able to use the subtotal function for this one. You could create a CONSOLIDATION containing the attribute elements and the totals affecting just those attributes. For example, if your attribute elements are:

you could create a CONSOLIDATION such as:


Hope this helps,

RE: Selected Subtotals in Page-by

Thanks, Alfredo... but the A, B, C and D, that you mentioned, are attribute' elements??... the report that i want is this:
The following attibutes in the page-by of my report...
Concept    Country     State   Products
Ant other Attributes in the report area.

The problem, that i have, is that i want totals in the Country, State and Products Attributes only, not in the Concept. And when i use the Advanced Option of Totals, and i use Across Level for the Country, State and Products attributes, it works, but when i run the report, and i select Total in Country, the State and Products Attributes put Totals, too, and i don't want to choose Total for Products...


This is a restriction on MicroStrategy??¡?¡


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