1 . In the Business Model and Mapping layer, right-click the F1 Revenue table and select New Object --> Logical Column to open the Logical Column dialog box.
2 . On the General tab, name the logical column Product Share.
3 . On the Column Source tab, select "Derived from existing columns using an expression."
4 . Open the Expression Builder.
5 . In the Expression Builder, Select Functions > Mathematic Functions > Round.
6 . Click Insert selected item. The function appears in the edit box.
7 . Click Source Number in the formula.
8 . Enter 100* followed by a space.
9 . Insert Logical Tables > F1 Revenue > Revenue.
10 . Using the toolbar, click the Division button. Another set of angle brackets appears, <<expr>>.
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11 . Click <<expr>>.
12 . Insert Logical Tables > F1 Revenue > Product Total Revenue. Recall that this is the total measure for the hierarchy.
13 . Click between the last set of angle brackets, <<Digits>>, and enter 1. This represents the number of digits of precision with which to round the integer.
14 . Check your work:
Round(100* "Sample Sales"."F1 Revenue"."Revenue" / "Sample Sales"."F1 Revenue"."Product Total Revenue" , 1)
This share measure will allow you to run an analysis that shows how revenue of a specific product compares to total revenue for all products.
15 . Click OK to close the Expression Builder. The formula is visible in the Logical Column dialog
16 . Click OK to close the Logical Column dialog box. The Product Share logical column is added to the business model.
17 . Add the Product Share measure to the Base Facts presentation table.
18 . Save the repository. Check consistency. You should receive the following message.
19 . Close the repository.
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