Filter link to a new page but did not pass to another dataset

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Yellow Belt

Filter link to a new page but did not pass to another dataset

Hello, I am using page Analyzer Links to bring to a new page based on a camapign name. However, in the new page, I have a few cards built from another data set.  The filter did not pass to these cards although the second dataset has the same column name as the filter used.   I allowed to interactive with all cards in the dashboard, but seems no use.  

 

How to pass the filter selection to the new page with mutliple data sets.

 

Thank you very much.

 

Best,

 

Olivia


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Black Belt

Re: Filter link to a new page but did not pass to another dataset

You should be able to get this to work simply by removing the dataset id from your link.

 

Instead of something like this:

CONCAT('<a href=''https://superman.domo.com/page/1823207411?pfilters=['
,'{"column":"Territory ID",

-- This is the part you want to remove.  the datasourceid portion --
"dataSourceId":"2c3b4f45-cb27-4640-b5de-f88489c8225c"

,"dataType":"string","operand":"IN","values":["'
,`Territory ID`
,'"]}'
,']'' target="_blank" title="Open in Domo">','Territory Details','</a>'
)

just use a link like this:

CONCAT('<a href=''https://superman.domo.com/page/2142867627?pfilters=['
-- Replace 2142867627 with target page id
-- Page filters to pass to landing page
,'{"column":"Salesforce Account ID","dataType":"string","operand":"IN","values":["'
,`Salesforce Account ID`
,'"]}'
,']'' target="_blank" title="Open in Domo">',`Account Name`,'</a>'
-- Replace `Account Name` with what you want the link to say
)

 


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“There is a superhero in all of us, we just need the courage to put on the cape.” -Superman
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Black Belt

Re: Filter link to a new page but did not pass to another dataset

You should be able to get this to work simply by removing the dataset id from your link.

 

Instead of something like this:

CONCAT('<a href=''https://superman.domo.com/page/1823207411?pfilters=['
,'{"column":"Territory ID",

-- This is the part you want to remove.  the datasourceid portion --
"dataSourceId":"2c3b4f45-cb27-4640-b5de-f88489c8225c"

,"dataType":"string","operand":"IN","values":["'
,`Territory ID`
,'"]}'
,']'' target="_blank" title="Open in Domo">','Territory Details','</a>'
)

just use a link like this:

CONCAT('<a href=''https://superman.domo.com/page/2142867627?pfilters=['
-- Replace 2142867627 with target page id
-- Page filters to pass to landing page
,'{"column":"Salesforce Account ID","dataType":"string","operand":"IN","values":["'
,`Salesforce Account ID`
,'"]}'
,']'' target="_blank" title="Open in Domo">',`Account Name`,'</a>'
-- Replace `Account Name` with what you want the link to say
)

 


______________________________________________________________________________________________
“There is a superhero in all of us, we just need the courage to put on the cape.” -Superman
______________________________________________________________________________________________
Yellow Belt

Re: Filter link to a new page but did not pass to another dataset

Hi, Superman,

 

Thank you very much!  It works perfect.

 

Best,

 

Olivia

 

 

 

 

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