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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Mar 16, 2018

TS000111053 - Aggregation of a subset does not work, and forces us to aggregate the entire column / row

When applying filtering logic in a data rule, the calculation for the % Met and % Not Met is based on the count of all the records not the number of records after the filter is applied.

If you apply a filter in the rule logic, it still calculates the % based on the total number of records in the table rather than the number after the filter is applied. I think its related to the total rows being profiled (denominator of % calculation), as opposed to a record count of what the "WHERE" clause is defining as a subset.
  • Guest
    Feb 13, 2019

    I think this is by design. You cannot really filter in the rule logic. If you want to filter you need to use a virtual table (SQL or classical). The rule logic is evaluated for each record of the underlying table.