Working with Conditional Formatting, Text, and Suppression
Conditional formatting, text and suppression enables you to customize grid and text results that meet the criteria that you specify.
Conditional Formatting enables you to apply formatting to cells in a grid if the values in those cells meet predefined conditions. For example, you can highlight all cells in a grid that contain a data value of zero with a yellow background.
Conditional Text enables you to generate dynamic text based on predefined conditions and a combination of static text and text functions, which return member labels and data values to complete the resulting text. For example, you can display text for a variance values over
10% using the following text and text functions:
MemberAlias("Entities") revenue value of CellValue("A") was CellValue("C") above Plan to return something like the following text in a text box, row or column: .
"Division ABC revenue of 18,719 was 12% above Plan"
Conditional Text that defined is inserted into a Text box, row, column or cell using the
ConditionalText text function. See ConditionalText
Conditional Suppression enables you to suppress rows or columns in a grid based on specified attributes or values. For example, you can suppress all rows that contain cells with data values under
For more information on using conditional formatting and suppression with grouping, see Conditional Formatting and Conditional Suppression with Groupings topic.
Watch this tutorial video, you’ll learn how to apply conditional formatting and suppression in management reports.
- Applying Conditional Formatting and Suppression in Reports.
Watch this tutorial video, you’ll learn how to apply conditional text to management reports.