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If Issue dimension is for table rows I have an option "drill through" to browse related issues. When I transpone the table and Issue dimension becomes a column feature, this option evades.
Transponing is preferable as most members are in Measures dimension and vertical alignment fits the screen best.
How to transpone and have "drill through" available?
Drill through issues option works only when "Issue" dimension is used in rows or not used for the report at all.
Drill through issue.jpg
When "Issue" dimension is used in columns, drill through option is not available like you already discovered.
Perhaps you could try using issue level from "Issue" dimension when it is used in columns.
Issue in columns.jpg
Please share your business case to email@example.com if you have further questions regarding this!
Martins Vanags / firstname.lastname@example.org
There is one more "drill-through" difficulty.
On an empty report we add Issue dimension as rows and Issue type dimension as columns. We have one cell of totals we can "drill through".
Now we switch off the Totals in selected members of Issue and add a calculated member with an identical formula: "[Issue].[Totals]". In this case visually everything is the same, but we can't drill through.
How to keep this option available?
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