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Alternate States Problem


Hello,

I have a problem about Alternate states.

I have two charts and two listboxes(as filters).

I want to do that one chart is affected by one listbox but other chart affected by both listboxes.

But I can not choose two alternate states for one object.

Could anyone help me?

Thanks in advance.

3 Replies
Peter_Cammaert
Partner - Champion III
Partner - Champion III

How about this:

LB1 = listbox influencing charts 1 & 2 (CH1 & CH2)

LB2 = listbox influencing just chart 2 (CH2)

Create a single Alternate State and  assign LB2 and CH2 to that state.

Both charts will be influenced by LB1 by default as this is an object influencing everything in your application.

Or did I get it wrong?

Good luck,

Peter

NareshGuntur
Partner - Specialist
Partner - Specialist

Hi Salvador,

You can also mention the alternate state(whether 1 or 2) in all the expressions of the chart so that in the same chart you can give more than one alternate state. Please refer to What's New in QV11 dashboard.

Thank You.

Best Regards,

Naresh

jvishnuram
Partner - Creator III
Partner - Creator III

Hi Salvador34,

See the attachment it will helps you but i did some play around.