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Jumping to another tabs within same Webi report

Hello Everyone,

  1. We are on BI4.1 SP05, Data Services 4.2
  2. We have a requirement in the webi report that we want to see no failures in the loading for the data loaded via Data Services.
  3. A report is created with lets say with 5 tabs, first tab for _All_Countries, the rest for each country ( _Austria, _Belgium, _China, _Denmark )

Report: _All_Countries

and now another the tab within same report, for individual country say, _Austria

if there are no countries

  1. If there are no failures the main report must show green for non-failed load and show red for the failed load for that month (Conditional formatting)
  2. If I click on the failure (document hyperlink) in the main tab _All_Countries , say for country Austria then it must jump to tab _Austria, similarly for other countries but at the moment it jumps to only one tab or one country, no matter which country you select, it will jump only to _Austria
  3. There is a lot of confusion over SCN forum whether it is possible or not.
  4. Can any one suggest solution on this, if YES then HOW

thank you in advance, Rahul

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  • Posted on Aug 20, 2015 at 05:24 PM

    Check this forum, may be useful... go to second page too..

    Hyperlink with parameter to another tab in WEBI report

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    Posted on Aug 21, 2015 at 09:27 AM

    Hi Rahul Verma,

    Your requirement is something like depending on one input all the tabs should be responding. Hence i suggest you to go throuhg this link ..you can use this as a reference for your case.

    http://davidlai101.com/blog/2013/08/13/web-intelligence-input-control-that-affects-all-tabs/

    Hope this helps you 😊

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