There seems to be a limit of 10 calculated metrics for any given
freeform table. The eleventh will trigger an error of 'this metric is
not enabled for this report suite'. But then if you pull that same
calculated metric in another table below (in the same report suite) it
works. Is this a bug or a limitation of the workspace API? Anyway around
it outside of creating multiple freeform tables?
This may be due to hash collisions:Hash collisions
seen this with a couple companies I've worked for - hard to get around
with variables that have many unique values of long strings.
If Ad Hoc is going to die then Workspace needs to be an acceptable
replacement. It is already better in many ways, but not good enough.I
hear 50,000 rows is coming. Good.But we NEED the ability to send via FTP
(and sFTP). We cannot stop using Ad Hoc until this happens (workbench is
not an option for a lot of segments).
How about a way to create a custom classification on the date/time
dimensions? We could just make them what we want instead of requiring
Adobe to provide what works best for most. Just thinking of another way
to provide a solution to this issue.
I would use Report Builder a lot more if it was available for Mac. I
have VMWare, and will go there if absolutely needed, but it's annoying.
More and more of our organization uses a mac so more people are
alienated from Report Builder. Not everyone has a real need for VWMare
and that's a lot to require just to use a plugin. I do hope this gets
prioritized at some point.
Exactly! This can be done in Ad Hoc and Report Builder (preserve order)
- I assumed I just didn't know how to do it in Workspace. But this is a
MUST! Example, I have a time parting hour variable and would like those
to appear in the order they occur (12, 1, 2, 3, etc) and not sorted by
which has more visits/activity. Being able to set the order, preserve or
lock the order, drag and drop- all that. Please and thank you.