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how to hide a row in a table in webi

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I have a table that will display 7 rows dynamically now now my issue is one of the row has one column with "Null", Now I want to hide that row in preview.

How can I achive this in Webi.

Thanks in advance.


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    Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 11:21 AM

    use a report level filter : [Column] Is not null

    If the value is Null(a string with "Null" value), the you can use the following filter: [Column] Not Equal to Null

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    • 1. The filter, once saved, will be applied to all users viewing the report.

      2. You can apply such filter to a particular block or to entire tab.

      - To apply the filter to a particular block, select the block(click on any cell in the block) and then define the filter.

      - To apply the filter to entire tab, click on any white space inside the report and then define the filter.

      You can navigate to Map > Structure to see the report level filters and block level filters as a tree view. A report level filter will always be applied to all blocks inside the report while the scope of a block level filter is restricted to that block only.

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 01:36 PM

    Hi Siva,

    Two ways to apply filters in BO XI3.1. Have a look at this example in which I have a webi report based on e-fashion universe. I am extracting two columns: State(dimension) and Extended Price (Measure).

    Suppose that I would like to apply the filter on Extended Price to eliminate the null values:

    Fist way: Click on the icon: Show/Hide Filter Pane on the left, this area will be displayed:

    In this area drag and drop "Extended Price":

    The following window will be displayed: You should choose the operator "Is Not Null" then click on "OK"

    Second method:

    Click on "Edit Query" icon, a new window will be displayed in which you can applt your filter by dragging and dropping "Extended Price" in the Query filter area:

    Click on the arrow in front of the default operator displayed then choose "Is not null" among the operator list appearing then click on "Run Query":

    I hope that this is clear for you.

    Best regards,


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  • Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 12:34 PM


    plz find the screen shot,,

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