Cubevalue question: can it be lookup wildcards *

jccnz

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Hi,
such as sumif/sumifs function we can sum the value with * such as Sumifs(A:A,B:B,"xy*")
is seem like cubevalue cannot use *, anyone can help?
Thanks
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jorismoerings

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Hi,

2 possible options:
  1. If you want to do it without measures: create the data set "xy*" using the CUBESET function which does allow wildcards and use that in CUBEVALUE; or
  2. the more easier one; just create a separate measure in your data using the wildcard in the filter and use the separate measure in CUBEVALUE
 

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