01-24-2023 06:50 AM - edited 01-25-2023 02:37 AM
I have a parameter called IntigrityScaling with parameter type "Delimited List" as below
My cube view uses this delimited list twice.
1. As USD in |!!IntigrityScaling!!| -> it is used to display the description of the value
2. Under formatting -> I am using Scale = |!IntigrityScaling!|
Cube view runs fine and prompt me to enter value for Scaling and and display both 1 and 2.
The issue is when i pass this parameter in a book , it doesnt take the value and prompts me to enter the delimited list parameter.
How do i pass a value to the delimited parameter without prompting me to enter ?
I dont want this prompt to pop up after i run the book.
NOTE= Liter paramter works fine when passing from books
01-24-2023 09:01 AM
Default Value should contain an actual value, not a display item. So in your case should be 6, not "millions".
01-24-2023 09:08 AM
My bad ! I have changed it to 6. My concern is that delimited list paramter cannot be passed as a literal value in the books. It still gives prompt to select a value.
01-24-2023 12:46 PM
Do you have your scaling parameter set in the book as a required input parameters? If so, try removing it if you're passing through using a change parameter.
01-25-2023 02:36 AM
I don't have required input parameter.
01-24-2023 06:59 PM
Make sure you are using the same parameter name in the 'Change Parameters' section of the report book as is used in the Cube View. It looks like you are referencing a different parameter which is why you are being prompted for the parameter used in the Cube View.
Your screen shots show the Cube View parameter as Scaling while the Report Book you use IntigrityScaling
01-25-2023 02:39 AM
I am actually using IntigrityScaling . Sorry for the confusion. Yet , it still prompts me to enter the scaling value.
01-25-2023 11:02 AM
Gotcha. Try your 'Change Parameter' as IntigrityScaling=
01-25-2023 10:43 AM
Here is what I did to make it work.
Then I had to change the cubeview to use |Loop1Variable| and |Loop1DisplayVariable|.