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Assuming the list has a top level such as 'Total' etc.
Create 'Count' line item which is dimensioned by the list you want to count, Number format, formula is 1
Create a module with a line item 'Count Summary' and no dimensions, number format.
Add this formula to 'Count Summary' line item:
I hope this helps.
Hi @usman.zia ,
Thanks for replying. I tried the formula you suggested but got the attached error. As you can see on my screenshot, I need to get the running balance. I need to be be able to get the cumulative value of #1 and #2 on my example so that I get the correct running balance.
Thanks for your help!
My apologies the formula should be: Max('Count'[SELECT: Total],0).
Please do let me know if this works for you.
It could be to do with the summary method? for that line item or instead of 'SELECT' you could try nesting the 'SUM'.
I hoppe this helps.
Please follow the pictures below. As stated above, create a count line item with it defaulted to 1 (summary is turned on).
In another module, without dimensionality, create a line item pointing to the Count line item in the above picture.
Hope this helps,