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My explanation refers to the attached OD Spreadsheet: Issue_GETPIVOTDATA_01.ods.
== Explanation ==
is a Datpilot with:
• Column Fields: Rechnungs-Datum
• Row Fields: Name, Rufnummer
• Data Fields: Kosten
on the Row Field "Name" is set a User-defined subtotal (sum) which is also visible in the datapilot.
I want to refer to this subtotals using the GETPIVOTDATA formula.
I work under the german locale, UI, and environment.
So I tried:
which doesn't work (#REF: Fehler: Ungültiger Bezug).
Although in my german locale, I cannot see the word "sum" in my datapilot.
== Reason ==
My guess, the english "sum" in GETPIVOTDATA is necessary in order to assure the inter-language compatibility. That is if I would use "Summe" the formula wouldn't work for someone in english locale since there would be no "Summe" in /his/ datapilot.
== Resolution / Proposal ==
My proposal: the help section to the GETPIVOTDATA formula, should be updated for non-english locales.
Wenn mit der Funktion PIVOTDATENZUORDNEN auf benutzerdefinierte Teilergebnisse im Datenpiloten verwiesen werden soll, so müssen diese mit ihrem englischen Titel referenziert werden. Benutzen sie dafür folgende Tabelle:
deutsch | englisch
Summe | Sum
Mittelwert | Average
Produkt | Product
Max | Max
=PIVOTDATENZUORDNEN ($A$1;"Name[Name1;Sum]") anstelle von
== End ==
added l10n keyword
Is this the same in LibreOffice 3.3.1?
> Is this the same in LibreOffice 3.3.1?
Yes, this is also in LO 3.3.1.
(In reply to comment #3)
> > Is this the same in LibreOffice 3.3.1?
> Yes, this is also in LO 3.3.1.
And in OpenOffice.org 3.2.0
I just found this similar Issue:
from 2007 on the OOo Bug-tracker.
added Kohei Yoshida to CC
Please take a look, thanks.
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Missing information in help section is still valid for LO 3.5 beta.
Maybe in the english help section should also added a note.
If GETPIVOTDATA is used to reference to user-definied subtotals (such as Average, Product, Min/Max, etc.), it is necessary to reference them with their english notation - independent of the current user interface or document language.
Further information, including a translated notation table, is supplied in the (non-english) localized help section of this function.
In http://help.libreoffice.org/Calc/Spreadsheet_Functions#GETPIVOTDATA I read this:
A function name can be added in the form Field[Item;Function], which will cause the constraint to match only subtotal values which use that function. The possible function names are Sum, Count, Average, Max, Min, Product, Count (Numbers only), StDev (Sample), StDevP (Population), Var (Sample), and VarP (Population), case-insensitive.
So maybe it is not necessary to add a note, but translators should be warned that they should not translate function names in this sentence.
(In reply to comment #10)
> So maybe it is not necessary to add a note, but translators should be warned
> that they should not translate function names in this sentence.
Yes, this would be indeed a good alternative.
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Yes, this is still valid for/in LO 4.2
adding Eike Rathke to CC
Maybe someone from the translation team can work on this?
Hi, I was not aware of this issue. I'll send a mail to the l10n team, the string is in:
04060109.xhp par_id3168736 help.text
Maybe to make sure it's not translated, adding a comment to the code would be great :) I'll add a note in our translation guide.
Closing as it's up to the l10n teams to update their translation. Sophie