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Minimum width of column cannot be set to 0 in a crosstab

Hi All,

I want to hide the last column (which is a measure) in a crosstab. As this is not a dimension, it cannot be set to MEMBER -> NO_DISPLAY. Thus, am making the width of this column as 0, but there is a minimum width and 0 cannot be set. As a result, a thin white line is appearing which is not acceptable to users, especially in the pink background of the dashboard. Is there a way, I can get rid of this thin white line?

Would be highly obliged for any kind of suggestion.

Thanks in advance

Swasti

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  • Jul 13, 2017 at 06:16 AM

    Hi Swasti,

    Why don't you simply remove the measure in the Initial View Editor of the data source? This way it will not be displayed in the Crosstab.

    Regards,

    Mustafa.

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    • Swasti,

      You have taken the referenced post too literally. The point of referring you to the post was so you can understand how to create the appropriate CSS for hiding columns. In the examples in the post, the check boxes and radio buttons are for demonstrative purposes only. In your case, you can just apply the appropriate CSS via scripting or by setting the CSS Class property of the Crosstab, to hide the relevant columns.

      Regards,

      Mustafa.