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Creating CUBE Perspectives

Posted on 2011-09-21
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Is there a way in a perspective, to filter out a value in a dimension attribute?

For example, i have a dimension called Camapign, one of the attibutes = Practive, i only want to get all values where practce = 'FIN' is this possible? i only see the abilityto filter out attributes,dimensions, measure groups, kpe's etc.
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you can use ROLE for this case and use Dimension Data tab in role and choose only practive member or anything else you want
perspective doesn't allow to filter out on attribute members
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