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Distinct Count of Dimension

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  • Hi @Mareets & @michaelhoward ,

    As far as I understand, when you insert the calculated measurement that has only the DISTINCTCOUNT(dimension) function, you are getting the following output:

    No Data Available
    Check data or applied filters

    If that is the case, the simplest solution is to add and subtract a relevant mapped measurement in the syntax.

    For example:
    DISTINCTCOUNT([Sales_Order_No])
    +[Number_of_Transactions]
    -[Number_of_Transactions]

    The reason for this behavior is that it is not possible to visualize dimension only queries. Adding and subtracting a mapped measurement, "grounds" the query.

    Let me know if you need anything else :)

    Kind regards,
    Aleks
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