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BarryP
Quartz | Level 8

Hi, I have a summary table and a detail table visualized in the same tab.  I would like to use a list to allow the user to select the country and have it filter the country in both tables.

I can do that if I use the list.  If I put the list inside of a prompt container, however, it appears like it won't allow me to interact with both tables, but rather only the table from the data set that I chose the country field from.

Is this correct?  Is SASVA supposed to have this limitation?

The reason why I want the prompt container is simply to take up less space on the dashboard.

Thanks!

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Madelyn_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

Are you linking the prompt container itself, or the list control object inside the container. If you select the list control, then Actions tab, you should be able to select both tables. The table that uses a different data source should prompt you to map the Country column. 

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