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Ronald
Contributor III
Contributor III

Hide Formula in filter panel

Hi,

HOw hide the formula in Filter panel.

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rwunderlich

Wrap the expression in an Aggr() that lists the field(s) that should be selected. 

Aggr(If (Unidata <> '', etc..), Unidad)

For more see https://qlikviewcookbook.com/2016/01/scoping-selections-with-aggr/

-Rob

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mfarsln
Creator II
Creator II

Hi,

Instead of using expressions on dimensions, add them as master item. While creating master dimensions, you can give it a label name. That label name will be shown when you filter the master dimension.

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dwforest
Specialist II
Specialist II

Use a Dimension/Measure instead of a variable/formula for object

rwunderlich

Wrap the expression in an Aggr() that lists the field(s) that should be selected. 

Aggr(If (Unidata <> '', etc..), Unidad)

For more see https://qlikviewcookbook.com/2016/01/scoping-selections-with-aggr/

-Rob

mfarsln
Creator II
Creator II

Hi,

Instead of using expressions on dimensions, add them as master item. While creating master dimensions, you can give it a label name. That label name will be shown when you filter the master dimension.