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MiKeZZa
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Display measure name in graph on axis

Hi all,

 

I have a table which contains something like this:

 

Amount                InternalPrice        ExternalPrice         Dim1SKey     Dim2SKey

10                         1.95                      2.95                       1                   12

20                         2.25                      2.75                       3                   16

and so on

 

Now I have 2 measures: 1 for Amount*InternalPrice (named InternalSales) and another one for Amount*ExternalPrice (named ExternalSales). I take them both into a graph, but this gives 1 bar and not 2. This because of that I don't have a dimension which makes a difference.

 

I can take dim1 or dim2 and bring this to Axis and everything works great, but I want it to display InternalSales and ExternalSales on the Axis.

 

It must be really easy I guess, but I can't get it done right now.... Has anybody an idea?

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TeigeGao
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Solution Sage

Hi @MiKeZZa ,

Based on my test and searching, since now, it is not supported to use measure in X axis.

Best Regards,

Teige

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TeigeGao
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Solution Sage

Hi @MiKeZZa ,

Based on my test and searching, since now, it is not supported to use measure in X axis.

Best Regards,

Teige

That was also my conclusion. Sad.

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