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What if I want to use another Measure's Limit Exceptions in a Calculation?

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Assuming you have a measure named "Source Measure" that has a limit configured named "New Limit", you can use the following calculation extensions to determine if Source Measure breached any of its configured limits

  • Source Measure.Limits["New Limit"].High: is true if the measure being referenced has a high limit exception for the interval being processed, for the limit specified within the []
  • Source Measure.Limits["New Limit"].Low: is true if the measure being referenced has a low limit exception for the interval being processed, for the limit specified within the []
  • Source Measure.Limits["New Limit"].Exception: is true if the measure being referenced has any limit exception for the interval being processed, for the limit specified within the []
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