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Microstrategy Documents

Microstrategy Documents

Microstrategy Documents

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Hello,
    How do I dynamically change a report and a graph in a document by allowing the user to select a value of an attribute (i.e) if the user selects the attribute city value as CA then the document should change the report and the graph to the current city selected. The problem is the shown graph is not a representation of the other report. But a separate graph report how do I pass the selected parameter to both these reports.

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RE: Microstrategy Documents

In the document object editor you can put the same report onto the editor.  If the report for the grid is the same as the report for the graph, put the report object into the document object editor twice.  This report should have a prompt, right?  So by doing this you will be prompted once for 2 reports, same info, just represented differently.

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