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Workspace Planning Analytics
Created by Guest
Created on May 5, 2022

Attributes selected in set editor to persist to cube viewer

When working with cubes users often refer to attributes for additional information.

Typically a user starts by going into the set editor to create their set, select the required elements or possibly choose another set. They then select attributes that they are interested in for additional detail and apply the set to the view.

The issue is that the attributes selected in the set editor do not persist and need to be selected again in the cube view.


There is a requirement for a tick box that can be selected to transfer selected attributes to the cube viewer as the user may not always want this behaviour, especially if they have set the attributes on the cube viewer and were merely looking at other attributes whilst preparing their set.

Needed By Yesterday (Let's go already!)