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    Display '%' Sign/Symbol in User Define Filed

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    Nilesh Jain
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    Hello everyone,

    I'm trying to display the percentage difference between the current update and the previous update using user defined field and later running store period performnace followed by two global changes. 

    I'm getting the results in number without '%' sign/symbol. However, if there anyway I could get the result with '%' sign/symbol in the uder defined filed?

    Thanks for your help in advance.

    Regards,

    Nilesh Jain

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    Zoltan Palffy
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    ok u can do that make another one and giving it the format of text  

    Nilesh Jain
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    Sorry for the formating problem but using Text UDF and in glocal change selecting '&' Operator and '%' Parameter/Value will work. 

    Nilesh Jain
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    Hi Zoltan, 

    Thanks for your help. I have found the solution to get % symbol/sign and I hope this could help to other people who might be looking for the solution.

    1. Create another UDF: Data Type Text (Call it % Progressed for this Period)

    2. Global Change: 

    Then       Parameter                                      Is                     Parameter/Value                    Operator          Parameter/Value

                % Progressed for this Period               =                  UDF (Choose UDF you want to       &                        %

                      (Created in Step 1)                                             insert % sign)

    3. Apply Changes-> Commit Changes

    4. Insert UDF from Column and you will see % sign with number.

    Done!

    Zoltan Palffy
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    no just change the heading at the top of the udf column

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