Two tables with different values of basic on an analysis filter

Hi guys,.

Let assume that I have an analysis with columns: group_id and sales.
On this basis I would like to create two tables: table1 where group_id = 1 and table2 where group_id = 2.

OBIEE is able to do?

Kind regards
Slavi
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Hi Slavi,

You can do it in a single analysis, but you have to have the column with group_id twice.

Bring, group_id_1, group_id_2 (same column), sale

Now in table 1.

bring group_id_1, sales

Then in the selection steps for group_id_1-> select members-> Action choose keep only-> choose the value of the filter 1

This will filter the table 1 with group_id 1

In table2 group_id_2 porter, sales

Then do the same step for group_id_2 with the value 2.

You now have two reports with different filter in the same report.

If you want you can keep the same name column for the two columns group_id, I just kept group_id_1, group_id_2 for easy reference.

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