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adeepak7 Frequent Visitor
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2 targets for host.applyJsonFilter

Respected Amin,


I am using the following code snippet:


const target = {
//Table name
table: this.column[0].queryName.substr(0, this.column[0].queryName.indexOf('.')),

//First field in the table which we want to apply filter on:
column: this.column[0].queryName.substr(this.column[0].queryName.indexOf('.') + 1)

//Checking for the name.
console.log("Table: " + target.table + "\nColumn: " + target.column);

let filter = new models.AdvancedFilter(
operator: "Is",
value: text
let action = FilterAction.merge;
this.searchBox[0].value = text;, "general", "filter", action);

I want to apply filter on the table for 2 columns. That means I will have to use an API that takes 2 targets and filter as arguments.


Is there any solution available for this usecase? In short, I want to apply filter on 2 columns of same table.

Moderator v-viig

Re: 2 targets for host.applyJsonFilter

Multi column filters are not supported. Current target is end of this year to bring such feature.


Ignat Vilesov,

Software Engineer


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