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Enabling selection for totoals in crosstab

Hello,

I have some crosstab which data I use as a filter for other report components.

category total spend a 1 b 2 c 3 total 6

I am using following syntax to use category data as a filter:

DS_1.setFilter("category", CROSSTAB.getSelectedMember("category").internalKey);

I am wondering how to create the syntax to filter other report components by "total" from the crosstab (Enabling selection for totoals in crosstab)

As a workaround I am using button which clear the filters but it is not the same what customer required.

Any advice please ?

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  • Posted on Jul 23, 2014 at 11:01 AM

    Hello Marcin,

    Only idea I can think of (and I haven't tried it myself) is the response from SAP's Jie Deng here

    Could you check out her code/script and see if it may apply in your situation?

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    • Former Member

      Hello Tammy,

      As I have checked it is something different.

      What I would require is to click on "total" in crosstab and programing that selection to filter the data in other crosstab or chart.

      Thanks.

  • Posted on Jul 23, 2014 at 11:57 AM

    Hello Marcin,

    When clicking total if you want to filter with all values of Category then you should pass blank value .

    Please try following script.

    DS_1.setFilter("category","");


    Regards

    Arjun KT

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    • Former Member Arjun K T

      Hello Arjun,

      I already use the button as a workaround, but nevertheless such a functionality will be helpful in future.

      Do you know where I can report this to be taken into account in next releases.

      Btw thanks for you help,

      BR,

      Marcin

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