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Sessions Before And After In Web Intelligence

Posted on 2014-04-01
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I'm trying to get "sessions" to line up in my Web Intelligence report. I have a V_Session variable that goes by start and end times.

I have a break on the V_Session to show people who are in that particular session. I'd like to know if that person will be in another session after that or was in a prior session.

I'm looking for a variable at the report level as I don't have access to create custom SQL. I've attached a spreadsheet in hopes you get the idea. Thanks!
Sessions.xlsx
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I know this is hard one - it's like vlookup in excel. I'm still working to figure it out but it seems not to be a question that can be answered. Should I close this question?
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Fyi - I was able to solve this after much research and trial and error by using a crosstab and the following formula:

([Person] ForEach ([Session Name];[Session Start Date];[Meeting Start Time])) In ([Session])
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