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    VBA -- Creating Pivot Table from datamodel table

    Dear all,

    I have data, ticket details in sheet " Backlog " which had duplicate entries. I need to prepare a summary in sheet " Backlog_Summary " for unique ticket no. entries.

    Manually, I select the entire table and create a pivot by adding it the data to a data model. This will enable to create summary by using Distinct Count. { This is my goal }

    I have the following VBA Code which I had modified based on macro recording when I did it manually. However, the following code doesn't do anything:

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    I've attached the macro file which has the whole code.

    Could you please help me understand the mistake and correct the code?

    Appreciate any help on the same.

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    Vinod Krishna
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    Re: VBA -- Creating Pivot Table from datamodel table

    Hi Vinod,

    I adapted the code a little, so now it should work.
    The reference to the data was not correct (for this file anyway), so i changed that.

    I also added another code in trhe attached file to see the difference.


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    Re: VBA -- Creating Pivot Table from datamodel table

    Thanks MarMo. This helped me create the Pivot Table from the existing code.

    However, I'm looking for Pivot table created from a table which has been added to datamodel. This is needed to get distinct count as option in the Value Field settings.

    PFA for expected output for ready reference in the sheet " Backlog_Summary(Expected) "

    Also, I learnt that, we need to create a connection to use the table as datamodel. I got the code from the attached excel (Movies.xlsm) which is working as expected. Run the function CreateBasicModelPivot in Module2

    However, if I run the same code in my file, I get the Runtime error, Catastrophic error. Here the code that is causing the error:
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    Appreciate any help in fixing the same.

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    Last edited by Vinod Krishna.C; 10-05-2018 at 08:56 AM. Reason: Progressed in fixing the issue but stuck at run time error

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