I've got a module with few dimensions, including versions, I generate code there for a list to update.
So I need to filter unique code. Currently, I use formulae:
IF RANK(1, ASCENDING, SEQUENTIAL, TRUE, 'List name') = 1 THEN 'List name' ELSE BLANK
But it does not work properly through versions (return duplicates)
Is there any other way to get unique elements within multiple versions?
I would appreciate any assistance!
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To be honest, the setup of Unique Codes should be done outside of Anaplan, since Anaplan is a client facing tool and not a database tool.
Having said that, please see if the following works.
1. Concatenate.All combines all All Entries.Code using TEXTLIST.
2. All Entries.'Count 2' counts the number of All Entries.Code in the entire list.
3. All Entries.'Unique Code 2' grabs All Entries.Code where All Entries.'Count 2' = 1
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I'll be helpful if you can create and share an excel mockup of what you're trying to achieve.
Here is the file.
I need to filter unique elements in column CODE
If i just look at the first row, what are "BU", "UA", "2610", "1", "302066"?
Why is the Code for row 1 and 2 the same?
Why do you have different separators of _ and *?
It is the code, that is generated automatically and consist of few codes of other items such as Bussiness unit (bu_ua), product code and others, but this is not the matter.
The matter is that i need to filter unique codes throughout all dimensions including versions.
And the mater also is that there might be duplicates in code, so as I mentioned before, I need to filter unique ones
What do you mean by 'filter unique codes throughout all dimensions including versions'?
Perhaps you can show the expected end results in another screen shot?
Here is the file, please consider
There are 2 lists, All_Entries corresponds to your longer list; Alphabets corresponds to unique members created from your longer list.
The 'Code' line item is of 'Text' format, this is used to create the 'Alphabets' list through import action.
The rest of the formulas are shown.
Hi, thank you, but this won't work for me.
Because this will do if all letters are in the list 'Alphabets' (you count letters in the list)
if I import new data (letters F,G,H...), code(List) column will be empty for new letters.
I need to filter new unique letters(F,G,H...) that are not in the list yet