I am wanting to figure out how to set a PerformancePoint report based on an SSAS cube to automatically filter the Top 10 for any data shown.
I am able to set the Top 10 for the first view based on adjusting the query for TOPCOUNT for the first data variables. However, as soon as I start to drill-down within the report, it no longer keeps that and reverts to showing all data.
Is there anyway to persist the TOPCOUNT, such that whatever data is on the screen will be sorted by the Top 10? The data is so massive that it is unwieldy to drill down and see too many records. For what we are trying to do, the only relevant data will be those Top 10.