"PCTN Base Is Not in Table" and "PCTN Crossing Has No Denominator"

If you are building tables with percentages, you are going to run into these messages sooner or later. These two messages always appear together. They are caused by the same problem: your denominator definition does not match your table design. Whatever you put between the brackets of the PCTN<> or PCTSUM<> does not match up to the column, row, or cell that it is being applied to.
There are infinite ways that you can trigger this message. This example illustrates one of the more common causes and its solution.
This code triggers the error messages shown here. What’s causing the problem is the variable ALL. This variable is used in the row dimension, but it is not in the denominator ...

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