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ChrsH
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Group subsequently added columns dynamically

Hello,

 

is it possible to group subsequently added columns dynamically?

 

Thanks in advance.

C.

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Anonymous
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Let's try this:

 

Go to the Query Editor, select the "static" column(s) (that should be always there no matter what), right click, Unpivot Other Columns.

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Anonymous
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Please be more specific.

Is it possible to define a groupby routine for all columns, so if one add an column in the data source subsequently, the query still works? I need the same aggregation for every column.

 

My data source is a SharePoint List,

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Anonymous
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Hi again.

 

Just trying to figure out what you need, why do you need the sum on another column? Why don't you calculate what you need on the report view?

 

Thanks for yout time an effort I'm a total beginner.

Is it in the report view possible to define the groupby action without specifing every single column? I  just want to group all columns in a table by one.

 

Maybe this pseudo code makes it easier to understand what I want to do. 

Table = GROUPBY(
Table,
Table[GroupByThisColumn],
Dynamic Name for new Columns(maybe column count +1 or sth),
SUMX(
CURRENTGROUP(),
* (wildcard for all columns in the table)
)
)

 

 

Anonymous
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Let's try this:

 

Go to the Query Editor, select the "static" column(s) (that should be always there no matter what), right click, Unpivot Other Columns.

I got it, thanks Svalen. 

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