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monty187 Frequent Visitor
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Change Measure Display Order

Hi 

 

I have an SSAS tabular cube with quite a few measures. We use folders and sub folders to help users view measures in the cube. In some sub folders we have a lot of measures. The display order of these measures seems to be random. I would like to reorder the display alphabetically.

 

Anyone know how to do this, if it is possible?

 

Thanks

Monty

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monty187 Frequent Visitor
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Re: Change Measure Display Order

Hi Jared

 

Thanks for posting, looks like the issue was specific the visualisation tool I was using. The measures are ordered alphabetically in PBI and Excel.

 

The tool I was using is XLCubed and it looks like there is a setting to resolve the problem

https://help.xlcubed.com/XLCubed_Options

 

Thanks again

M

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Re: Change Measure Display Order

Hello-

 

   Can you post a screenshot?  In general these do order alphabetically...

 

Jared

monty187 Frequent Visitor
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Re: Change Measure Display Order

Hi Jared

 

Thanks for posting, looks like the issue was specific the visualisation tool I was using. The measures are ordered alphabetically in PBI and Excel.

 

The tool I was using is XLCubed and it looks like there is a setting to resolve the problem

https://help.xlcubed.com/XLCubed_Options

 

Thanks again

M

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