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Right Click Interactions in OBIEE 11g Views

Posted by Santosh Kumar Gidadmani on December 25, 2014

You can specify which interactions are available when users right click in a pivot table, table, treemap, or trellis view at runtime. Not all right-click interactions are available for each view type. Developer can specify which right click interactions are available for an analysis. Following are the interactions available when user right click on the data at the run time in the dashboard reports.

Analysis editor->Edit Analysis properties->Interactions

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Run time right click interactions on dashboard reports as shown below.

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Customize the interactions based on the business requirements. If they need only one or few like below

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The report will only show the Sort option when the user right click on the value as below.

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There are additional interactions available for presentation hierarchy columns like expand, collapse etc.

Thanks,

Santosh

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One Response to “Right Click Interactions in OBIEE 11g Views”

  1. Kunal Panchal said

    One of these interactions : Include and Exclude columns is causing formatting issue on the report , if i remove and add a column again on the report through include/exclude option the formatting gets lost

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