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Filter on visuals causing issues please help

Hello everyone. I am building out a report with visuals for job hours, cost and budget. I have 3 visuals in the report. Invoiced table,Usage table, and Budget hours chart. The data for all of these visuals is filter on a field called ledger entry type. For the invoice table that data type must be 1 to show the correct results. For the Usage table and Budget chart the ledger entry field must be 0 to show the correct result. The issue I am having, The client wishes to be able to click on the job no field on the invoice table and have the data update on all the tables. The problem is the invoice table is data entry type 1 and the other visual are a 0 so the end result when the use clicks the job no in the invoice visual is that the other visual display nothing. Any help would be great.

Thanks in advance, Jamie





Helper I
Helper I

I am afraid if I remove the entry type filter than the result will be incorrect. Is there a way to negate filters is the job no column is selected?

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Super User IV

@jnaugle , In this case Job Number, should be a common dimension and Type should not be. If it is, then you can have a measure that removes the filter of type



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I don't think a measure that removes the filters is going to work. I need to somehow toggle the type based on the invoice table when a job number is selected. I am not sure if this is even possible.

Thanks Jamie

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