Parameters & Filters
A dynamic element filter allows viewers to choose the measure or hierarchy they want to see in a visualization via a drop down list, without any scripting.
This article describes the Check Similar option which makes it easy to bind a filter or view parameter to multiple metric sets.
This article shows how to create interdependent/linked filters using hierarchies that are independent of each other.
A collection of design tips and brief how-tos for using parameters and adding filters in Dundas BI.
This article shows you how to empower users to do dynamic comparisons of various measures in a dashboard.
You can embed child dashboards inside a parent dashboard, and filter them from the parent dashboard.
This article demonstrates how to pass parameter values from a dashboard to a stored procedure.
This article demonstrates how to pass placeholder value from dashboard to manual MDX select.
This article shows you how to configure a filter to show only specific members or show specific tokens in its token menu.
You can use a bridge parameter to promote a placeholder to a hierarchy.
A cascading member filter control displays each level of a hierarchy on separate dropdown lists. Each dropdown is filtered based on what is selected on the parent level dropdown.
This article shows you how to use a Slider filter to select a single or a range of numeric values.
This article shows you how to use the search functionality that is built into various filter controls.
A checkbox list filter control allows multiple value selection from a hierarchy dimension or slicer.
The Parameter Update Button lets users decide when parameter controls should apply their filter values to retrieve data.