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Hi,please excuse my bad english. I am Steven from Austria...I would like to implement a column in my financial statement, type "calculation".Inside this column i would like to calculate the ratio from two columns in percent. Inside the dynamics help i found a formula like this "#1/#2 %"... But that does not work!!! Immediately after I insert this formula I get an Infolog message "Warning:There are syntactic errors in the expression "...Any Idea?Thank's a bomb!Steven
Sorry for the confusion. The documentation incorrectly states that ‘%’ can be used in an expression. The team responsible for documentation has been notified of this.
Hi,thanks a bomb for the reply... Is there a possibility to use something like this: (#3 == 0) ? 100 : ((#4-#3)/#3)*100
because if you use the standard percent formula you get an infolog message if for example the column 3 (#3) is null...
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