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hierarchy prompt in web

hierarchy prompt in web

hierarchy prompt in web

I have created a hierarchy prompt which allows me to drill down on chosen values and also lets me apply the chosen values at each level to the report. This works fine in Desktop. When I run this report in web, it gives me two lists- one for selection, and one where the selected values appear. Now, the moment I select a value, it moves to the right hand side selected list. As it is lost from the left hand side list, I lose the ability to drill on it. This drill thing works only for the elements in the left hand side list. There are four stylesheet formats available. Tried all four, but am not able to achieve this.
Can anyone help?

RE: hierarchy prompt in web

You'll have to modify the existing prompt stylesheet and then add it as a new style in desktop.  Check out these 2 technotes on their support site:

TN5600-7X0-0540 - how to create new prompt styles in MicroStrategy Web 7.x
TN5600-7X0-0429 - how to declare new stylesheets in desktop

RE: hierarchy prompt in web

Thanks !

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