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dexter
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want to show only the row information irrespective of single or double click

I have a sample table as shown below.

ID   Product  Level  Comments

100  Laptop   A1     Dispatched

101  Laptop   A1     Dispatched,Delivered

102  Mobile   A3     Dispatched

103  PC       A2     Dispatched,returned

104  Mobile   A3     Dispatched,returned

105  PC       A3     Dispatched,Delivered

106  Laptop   A2     Delivered

107  Laptop   A2     Shipped

108  PC       A1     Delivered

109 PC      A1      Delivered

 

I have created two simple table visualizations , first table visualization shows the product names and second table visualization shows the details of the product selected in the first table visualization.

One issue i'm facing is, when user click on any product in table1 visualization it is showing that particular product details in table2 visualization as shown in below picture.

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But again if the user click on the same row for second time in table1 visualization, table2 visualization is showing all products information as shown in the below picture.

tableclick.png

  

I want to limit table2 visualization to show only the row information on which it is being clicked in table1 visualization(irrespective of single or double click).Is it possible, need help.

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parry2k
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@dexter it is working as expected, if first row was selected, and user click on second row, it will selected that and table2 get filter on that but in case use click somewhere else in table1, it will unselect the row and your table2 will show all the rows.

 

my recommendation would be to use slicer instead of table visual for table1



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@parry2k - No it is not working as expected. For example, when user first made a click on product Laptop in Table1 visualization, in Table2 visualization it is showing only Laptop product detail information. Again if user click on same Laptop product in Table1 visualization, then it is like showing all the product details in Table2 visualization which i want to limit showing only to Laptop information (that particular row information) inspite of multiple clicks on the same row.. I can use slicer to more filter the levels but for now my requirement is showing products information in Table1 visualization and on click on any product show detailed information in Table2 visualization..Any inputs?

@dexter unfortunately if user click on the same row, it deselect the rows and that's why 2nd table is not filtered anymore. I don't think there is workaround this except using slicer. Now in slicer, if use select the value and then click on the same value again it will deselect but it will be visible that nothing is selected.



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