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Dear All,

we have similer requirement of attached screenshot.


Main dashboard is with 9 blocks and each block have detail dashboard.
how to acheive this? I mean, do we need to use tab strip component? one tab is summary and other tab is for detail?

Or do we have any drill option to detail report? or we need to use popup component? or need to write any complex code?

Appreciate if any on explain in detail steps to acheive the attached scenario?

Thnak you,

Ranjith,

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2014 at 07:38 PM

    Hello Ranjith,

    this should be possible with DS.

    In total you need to create 8 DesignStudio reports/dashboards.

    Let me describe this in few steps:

    - create a new DS (main) application

    - add a panel for the header

    - add a grid layout with 3x3 rows/colums

    - add first query in cell 1x1, like chart, table or what ever you need

    - set margin of this object to '0' and width/height to 'auto'

    - add a script in 'On Select' like this 'APPLICATION.openNewWindow("link_to_the_detail_dashboard");'

    - repeat this for each cell

    Interaction between the detailed dashboards needs a bit more code depending on your requirement.

    Best regards,

    Sven

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    • Former Member Surya Vanu

      Hi Ranjith,

      In the same dashboard should be possible as well. You could use POPUP components that are hidden by default and contain the detailed reports. When a component on the main dashboard is clicked, you can show the according popup, and you could hide that when a button for example is clicked on the detailed dashboard.

      Kind regards,

      Sjoerd

  • Posted on Jan 20, 2014 at 02:15 PM

    Hello Ranjith,

    I would suggest that you also make yourself familiar with the product and you can start by looking at the product documentation and most of your questions are already answered there.

    regards

    Ingo Hilgefort

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