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VA 7.3 - displaying a large amount of data in a table on a tab

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VA 7.3 - displaying a large amount of data in a table on a tab

VA 7.3  - displaying a large amount of data in a table on a tab

 

i have a tab on a report that by default displays 10,000's of records. i can notice a lag in the report load because of this.

i dont want the user to access this tab directly. it is meant to be accessed by another tab(same report) where the user double clicks on a row in a table and then is taken to this detail tab where the data is substantially filtered to only a few hundred records.

 

is there a best practice to handle this scenario?

i cant hide the tab to prevent direct access to it?

i cant seem to find any option to display no data unless a filter is passed.

 

any suggestions?

 

thanks


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‎05-31-2016 03:52 PM
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Re: VA 7.3 - displaying a large amount of data in a table on a tab

@mhamlett

 

Use Info Window To Display Detailed Data.

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‎05-31-2016 03:52 PM
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Re: VA 7.3 - displaying a large amount of data in a table on a tab

@mhamlett

 

Use Info Window To Display Detailed Data.

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Re: VA 7.3 - displaying a large amount of data in a table on a tab

Info windows are described in the SAS Visual Analytics User's Guide.  See the Add an Info Window to a Report and Create a Link to one or More Info Windows in a Report topics.

 

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Re: VA 7.3 - displaying a large amount of data in a table on a tab

i was able to find the info window how to information.  great feature.

im glad it was pointed out to me.

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Re: VA 7.3 - displaying a large amount of data in a table on a tab

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