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Vertical Scrolling on a Dashboard Tile (table data)?

Hi All,

 

I have some data being pushed via powershell to my dashboard which works fine. The problem is, i'm showing this data in a table (matrix isn't suitable for the end user), and it appears to be cutting data off.

 

I'm now talking millions of rows, there are probably 50 rows, and it seems to be cutting off about 30-40 but it isn't allowing the user to scroll down. On the report version I can ofcourse, but not on the dashboard tile.

 

Any suggestions please?

Thanks

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I spent a bit of time looking for a solution but got no where, so looked to the additional visuals.

 

I downloaded grid by maq software in the end and that does enough to get the problem resolved, in the sense that it shows a scrollbar. Ideally I didn't want to use non default visuals, but I've spent enough time on it now, so problem resolved.

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I spent a bit of time looking for a solution but got no where, so looked to the additional visuals.

 

I downloaded grid by maq software in the end and that does enough to get the problem resolved, in the sense that it shows a scrollbar. Ideally I didn't want to use non default visuals, but I've spent enough time on it now, so problem resolved.

View solution in original post

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@thyjones I may be mistaken but I do not believe dashboard tiles of tables support this?


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Thanks for the reply, this was my concern.

 

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