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Qualifying Prompt at the Universe level

Hi

I wanted to know whether it is possible to create a qualifying prompt at the universe level:

The first prompt will be u2018Select a Timeframeu2019 which will prompt user to select one out of following values

u2018Select Dateu2019 (multi select), u2018Select Weeku2019 (Multi select) and u2018Select Periodu2019 (Multi select). When user selects say any one value like u2018select Weeku2019 value , he will be give the Values for the Week number concenated with Week End Date. On selecting one or more values, the data for selected week numbers will be given. Same for u2018Select Dateu2019 where he can select Multiple Dates and select Period where he can select multiple periods.

Please let me know if there is any solution for this issue as this is a very high priority form my cleints.

Any help is highly appreiciated.

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    Posted on Nov 04, 2010 at 07:47 AM

    Do you users expect a fixed number of possible values in the 2nd selection level regardless which of the 3 selections was done on the 1st level (week, date, period)? Or should they be able to type in in the 2nd level their own values also at least for some of the 1st level selections (eg. period)?

    Which database do you use?

    Regards,

    Stratos

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      So assuming your users are forced to select values from an LOV in the 2nd level and should NOT be able to type in their on values there then you can use cascading prompts to implement it.

      You can even build a cascading LOV and use a single prompt.

      Regards,

      Stratos

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2011 at 07:03 AM

    Thanks every one it's resolved ....

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