Displaying multiple attributes in one column ( Size ranges) GI or reports

  • 15 February 2022
  • 5 replies


In apparel business we are using multiple size ranges and at the moment i have problem with displaying them in one column in GI or reports  


some of size ranges



Attributes of size ranges

I tired to use simple formula 

=IsNull( [InventoryItem.SR-1_Attributes], IsNull( [InventoryItem.SR-2_Attributes], IsNull( [InventoryItem.SR_3_Attributes]….. )))

to display them in one column that is partly working, as I have them in one column , but as result is only displaying them as Value ID (0401,0402...and cannot get display attribute Description (XS, S, M ...) in that column.

Is there any better way to do it ?



5 replies

Userlevel 4
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hi @ltrawinski ,

I have tried getting the attribute  and value in the GI using the below approach, please review and let me know if this helps you.

Product associated with attribute 


GI results with attribute ID and values 


Attaching the GI that I have used for your reference. 

Userlevel 7

Hi @ltrawinski did the information @deebhane provided help answer your question? Thank you!

Thanks @deebhane , it is not solving my problem , but i will use you approach in other part of reporting.

Hi Chris 

No it is not solved my issue.. 

Userlevel 4
Badge +1

hi @ltrawinski  - Can you share the GI that you have tried and few attributes  values can you export and share. 

Userlevel 7
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@ltrawinski Are you still working on this GI? Can you help provide a copy of it for review? (zip file)


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