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Unique Count of a Summary List

Question asked by info@musiktrends.com on Feb 24, 2018
Latest reply on Feb 24, 2018 by info@musiktrends.com

Hi everyone:

 

I'm currently trying to calculate the number of employees who worked on a particular job. I was able to achieve the result I was looking for using the ExecuteSQL function. However, I'd like to achieve the same result without using the ExecuteSQL function.

 

I created a summary field (sum_test), which counts the number of WorkerIDs but the problem is that a worker may clock in and out of a job more than one time during the day or pay period.  I created a summary field (sum_ListWorkerID) listing the WorkerIDs. The duplicates are a result of clocking in and out. I also created a field to get the unique values , UniqueValues (  List ( sum_ListWorkerID ) which returns a list of all workers whether they worked on the job or not. So I get the following result:

 

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Ultimately, I'd like to achieve the result of 4, the unique values of the summary field, sum_ListWorkerID.

 

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.

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