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PAW: drill-through view doesn't allow Set Editor to be used
We created drill-through processes, rules and views to allow users to drill to another view. We found that such drill-through views which are opened as a result of a drill action, do not allow user to open Set Editor in the dimensions of the view.
The reason is because in a lot of use cases, drill-through is meant to open up a view for user to enter data. However, the elements that define the initial drill-through view may not be the combination that user eventually wants to enter data at. Hence, if Set Editor is enabled, they can make the necessary selections in the view.
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