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srisai
Calcite | Level 5
Hi All,

I have a dataset and in my Map i have some derived variables and filters, running the reports in WRS and working fine.But inorder to increase my report performance, i subset the dataset for filter columns so that filter actually references the that dataset.Rest of the columns are in the main dataset.
Both the tables are registered in metadata and i joined them in Information Map studio.I created some filters which references the filter dataset.

Could you please let me know whether i am doing right or not? i mean joining the tables in information map studio and creating filters based on that filter dataset?
If not, could you please let me know how to proceed on this?

Please respond.

Thanks,
Sri
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Nithin
Calcite | Level 5
Hi Sri,

I don't think making subset of SAS dataset with columns of filter variables/columns will improve performance. If I am correct, this should degrade performance.

I could suggest of using filtered SAS dataset from datasource using stored process with prompts.

-Nithin

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