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If you are on the IBC or CPM4.6, you can do the following:
- Create a new (empty) Variable named CONFORMANCE
- In the Conformance tab, write the conformance query to the variable you created:
- Now you can use the conformance result in an OLAP table component. So you could create an OLAP table component and add the following dimensions:
- CASE WHEN PU_SUM ( “Cases”, ABS ( <%=CONFORMANCE%> ) ) != 0 THEN ‘Does not conform’ ELSE ‘conforms’ END
What you get is a table with two rows - one shows the number of cases that are conforming, the other one shows the number of cases which are not conforming. By clicking on the corresponding item you can select on it. You can also use the condition inside a FILTER statement, for example in the component filter of a process explorer, such that it only shows conforming or non-conforming cases.