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I can see at the moment that the maximum dimensions that can be added into a widget is 10. Is it at all possible for widget developers to edit the qwidth property of the hypercube in the same way as we can with extensions to allow more dimensions?
While you are correct in stating that you can add as many dimensions and measures as you'd like, it does however seem that the hypercube returned to the widget will only contain at most 10 columns and 50 rows of data.
layout.qHyperCube.qDimensionInfo.length and layout.qHyperCube.qMeasureInfo.length will match up with the number of dims and measures you've input, but iterating through data.rows and row.cells will yield only 50x10 cells.
Can this be changed? Is it a bug?
I think I am experiencing the same issue as Henning, I can alter the Number of Dimensions values in the data settings but it does not seem to have any effect on the number of dimensions actually available. (It cuts off after 10.)
Definitely getting the same problem on 3.2 but i am using 100 Measures (0 dimension) i had a table with TD up to 10, once i get to data.rows.cells.qText, its blanked.
I am getting this same issue, you can cosmetically add as many measures and dimensions as you like in the widget editor but if you reference the 11th or above measure using data.rows.measures (10 refers to the 11th measure as it is zero indexed) then Qlik does not return any value.