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dorongro
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sense filter pane header

hello All

i have created a filter pane with an if stetment in it, it works fine but the user can see the if statmet as the header of the filter pane.

is there a  way to make my haeder 'x' not if(....)

thanks.

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reddys310
Honored Contributor II

Re: sense filter pane header

Hi Doron,

You need to incorporate the If statement in the load itself. If you do it in a filter pane or a dimension of a chart its going to put the expression up as the label of the tile.

Thanks and Regards,

Sangram Reddy.

Employee
Employee

Re: sense filter pane header

Hello Doron,

Can you try defining your dimension that is to be used as a filter with the IF statement as an actual "Dimension" in the Master Items list and let us know the behavior?

Please mark the appropriate replies as CORRECT / HELPFUL so our team and other members know that your question(s) has been answered to your satisfaction.

Regards,

Mike Tarallo

Qlik

Regards,
Mike Tarallo
Qlik
dorongro
New Contributor

Re: sense filter pane header

Hi Mike

I have done as you have suggested but the result was the same.

I still get an Allies that is the filter name that I define in the title section and the if in the Ribbon section.

way is the Ribbon not showing the Allies? creating a new filter will be confusing to the user he will have 2 filters with the same data!

thanks,

Doron

paolo_mapelli
Contributor

Re: sense filter pane header

Same problem here, seems that label that you define for a calculated dimension is correctly shown when dimension is used on the dashboard, but not as the header of the filter pane, as you reported.

Moreover, even if calculated dimension is included as a Master Item, for those you can't define a label not equal to item name.

Hope that both of the above will be included in next release.

reddys310
Honored Contributor II

Re: sense filter pane header

Hi Paolo,

As a work around I would suggest you to have the if statement in the Load. This will help you improve the performance and get rid of the label problem as well.

nareshguntur
Valued Contributor

Re: sense filter pane header

Hi Doron,

Not sure if I got your question correct.

I have created a Filter with Field as if(Time='Day',PRODUCT_TYPE, PRODUCT_LINE)

and the label as if(Time='Day','Product Type','Product Line')

and it is working fine according to the selection... both the field and the label are changing.

Please let me know if this is not what you are looking for.

Cheers,

Naresh.

dorongro
New Contributor

Re: sense filter pane header

Hi  Naresh

is the name of the filter on the selection  Ribbon or is there an if?

if the  Ribbon shows the if then its not solved.

nareshguntur
Valued Contributor

Re: sense filter pane header

This is how it looks

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nareshguntur
Valued Contributor

Re: sense filter pane header

Even if I hover the mouse on the label, it still shows the label but not the condition/expression.

Did you try this way?

Cheers,

Naresh

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