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 haeder of the filter pane.
is there a way to make my haeder 'x' not if(....)
Go to Filter pane properties --> Dimension ->Enter the Title
Also, You can change the Filter pane Title by going to General -->Show Titles : ON -->Enter the Title
Yeah, it is true, but Doron may thought of the main selection ribbon.
At the main selection ribbon remains the function instead of Title.
You can avoid that, if you populate a table in Data Load Script for this reason, with proper column name.
could you send a screen shot of this. I've used If statement to generate title of the filter panel no problem.
If your filter content is based on an If statement (i.e. for translation purposes) please be aware any filtering on it will display the full condition for its display not an alias. It is because you are filtering on the data model as a whole not just on that object.
hi and thanks all for your replies.
first thing, I am trying to change the name in the main selection ribbon, did you think my question will be that easy .
I have a fully populated table but in a specific tab i need less info and the if does the job.
as for Andy reply I didn't quit get you, the if statement goes something like this : if(fieldA<=5,FieldB,) fieldA is a numeric key and fieldB is the name of filedA.
so why in the Ribbon i See the all IF?
When you filter you are filtering the underlying data model not a particular chart. If you filter on year for example all charts using data associated to year will adjust according. It is this that appearss in the selection ribbon. If you were able to alias this it would lean t oduplicate filters. You will have to live with it for the time being.