Thursday, September 27, 2018 at 12:59 AM #111972
Is there an alternative way to write API queries which in turn uses the following conditions
concept.local-name contains “FairValue”
dimension.namespace is not equal to “http://xbrl.ifrs.org/taxonomy/2017-03-09/ifrs-full”
Monday, October 1, 2018 at 10:52 AM #112159
Hi Revathy – this is a great question. The API itself won’t do this (right now?), but if you retrieve data into a Google Sheet, you can apply a filter over the return and use the spreadsheet filtering (see the BScompare tab of the XBRL Spreadsheet for an example of this at cells F23:J23)
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