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Planning Analytics Workspace - Ability Customize Objects Available on "Data Pane"
In Planning Analytics Workspace, we would like the ability to hide objects along the data pane at the left side of the interface. The reason for this would be to prevent undesired actions from end users. For example, we have 2 separate cubes for a particular budget module - an input cube and a reporting cube. Users currently interact with an input template (tm1web sheet) to enter their budget data. There is also a reporting cube (data pulled over via rule) that certain Cognos reports leverage. We would like users to leverage the "self-service" capabilities of PAW to be able to create their own dashboards/content from data views. However, the concern is that users would pull in the input cube to create a dashboard rather than a view from the reporting cube, and potentially enter data at intersections where they shouldn't. By accessing just the template, this eliminates that possibility.
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