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Scorecard - conditional formatting not seeing Bex defined exceptions

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I can't find any answered question or blog that actually explain in simple terms how to set up conditional formatting in the scorecard. I have been struggling for hours with, what seems to me, a pretty simple conditional formatting based on one exception set up in a Bex query. I have read all blog entries by Karol Kalisz so I know that in order to use exceptions, they need to be defined in at BW query level.

So, my Bex query definition has Debt value measure and a simple exception Bad 1 for Debt values > 2000. I want to highlight those values in my scorecard and/or add a relevant icon.

I display Debt values in the rows of my Scorecard:

Now, where do I set up my exceptions?

From what I have read in blogs and other questions I should be able to see drop downs in the Conditional Values? It says, 1 of 9 conditions defined, but I am not seeing any. Or, perhaps, I should see a dropdown of my conditions in the Icon's area? But it's all empty. I can't find my Debt > 2000 exception anywhere? How do I use it?

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former_member192236
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Hi Agata,

I am facing the exact same issue. The dropdown for 'Conditional Format' is empty eventhough there is exception set in the bex query.

Have you managed to find some solution for this ?

Thanks & Regards,

Kesavan.

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Unfortunately, not.

former_member327010
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Hi all,

we are facing exactly the same issue. Any solution?

Regards,

Martin Zluky.

former_member327010
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Hi all,

finally i have found the solution. You need to reset the initial view of the datasource with the bex query using exceptions.

Best Regards,

Martin Zluky