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Multiple filters from dropdowns

Thread began 6/25/2010 12:45 am by pam183309 | Last modified 6/25/2010 1:34 pm by Jimmy Wu | 751 views | 1 replies |


Multiple filters from dropdowns

Hello - My chart page has a form where users would select a state and date range to display a filtered report. I have 3 parameters I would need to include in the recordset. I see from a few postings that this issue went into a trouble ticket. Did this ever get resolved? If so, how can multiple filters be used when displaying a dynamic web chart??


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Jimmy Wu

The user actually stopped responding to the ticket. I'm not sure if the user was able to get the charts working himself or not. Adding something like this is actually not supported however, since it requires some custom coding. As our support traffic has increased, we've been enforcing this more strictly.

Basically what you'll have to do is to set up filtering on one set of parameters. It'll apply the sorting on that one parameter and you'll have to add the other two filters into the query that is written. If you have any other questions I'll try to assist as much as I can.

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