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Dimension selectors to automatically select the first available member
We have used MDX (that refer to cube values) in dimension selector widgets to help users to restrict the available members in selection lists. This works fine except that when user changes a cube value that also changes the members returned by the MDX, the selection in the widget stays the same.
It would be really useful if the refresh button or opening the sheet would change the selection to the first member in the current list. Now the selection may be something that is not even included in the member list and user has to select the member again even if the list only includes one member.
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