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Using another Measure's Limit values 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 include Source Measure's Low, Target, and/or High Values in a calculation.

NOTE:You can only read the limit values if a Constant has been configured in the limit value. This will not work for limit values that are linked to other measures
  • Source Measure.Limits["New Limit"].HighValue: Returns the value of the High value that is configured in Source Measure, for the Limit specified within the [].  Only works if the value specified is a constant, and not a linked measure.
  • Source Measure.Limits["New Limit"].Target: Returns the value of the Target value that is configured in Source Measure, for the Limit specified within the []  Only works if the value specified is a constant, and not a linked measure.
  • Source Measure.Limits["New Limit"].LowValue: Returns the value of the Low value that is configured in Source Measure, for the Limit specified within the []  Only works if the value specified is a constant, and not a linked measure.
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