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loganayaki
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Drill down in Qliksense

I have a drill down hierarchy built in Qliksense. I see we can use it in the filter pane. But is there a way I can put the hierarchy as a field in a tabular view and drill within the table to see the data at different levels (Similar to the drill down feature in OBIEE)

Thanks

Loga

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Josh_Good
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Re: Drill down in Qliksense

Hi Loga,

You can do this using a pivot table.  All you need to do is add all the dimension to the pivot table.  You don't need to use a hierarchy to do this.

Josh

Qlik

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Khan_Mohammed
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Re: Drill down in Qliksense

I doubt that.

Qlik Sense Pivot table also doesn't provide you the expand or collapse option for dimensions but only for values.

Check this post as well

I would like to transpose the pivot table

Here is one extension but this seem like always expand option

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Michael_Tarallo
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Re: Drill down in Qliksense

Hello Logan,

You can do this with a table, but it does not function like a traditional BI, hyperlink. You select the cell and confirm the selection and the next level will display. Watch this quick .mp4 I attached.

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Mike Tarallo

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Mike Tarallo
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Josh_Good
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Re: Drill down in Qliksense

Hi Loga,

You can do this using a pivot table.  All you need to do is add all the dimension to the pivot table.  You don't need to use a hierarchy to do this.

Josh

Qlik

2016-11-03 14_58_52-Qlik Sense Desktop.png