JAQLine Plugin - Visualize Widget’s Queries

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    David Burke

    @Tim ah, that makes sense. I knew it had to be in tandem with another plugin but wasn't sure which one(s). I've also disabled the JAQline widget for the time being.

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    Kevin Huilman

    After upgrading to 7.2.1 this plugin breaks emailing any dashboard/widget scheduled or manually. We tested it with it being the only plugin installed and it broke email. It does not matter what type of objects are on the dashboard. It can be just a table or just an indicator. If jaqline is enabled we get the "could not connect to the ElastiCube" error.  So I don't think this is an interaction with another plugin.

    Very disappointing, we get a lot of value from this plugin due to the complexity of some of our cubes.

    I do have a support ticket open about this.

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    Chris Bridges

    I am experiencing the same issue as Kevin although I am using version 7.1.2.10076. Turning off the jaqline plugin is the only way for me to receive an email without the "could not connect to the Elasticube" error.

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    Chris Bridges

    Also has anyone experienced a relationship that shows up as blank on both nodes? I'm not sure how to interpret this.

     

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    Troy Dunn

    Doesn't appear to be available to the Data Designer Role

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    Tim Friesen

    It is very clear that this plugin is NOT a priority for Sisense.  Do not use it unless you want dashboard exporting/emailing to be broken!  Might as well remove this from the plugins list.

     

    Tim

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    Malinda Jepsen

    @Tim: Have you tried removing it for viewers? Or are all of your users designers?

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    Stefan Castino

    Holy crap, I'm so glad I decided to look at the JAQL and it ended up here. Been driving myself crazy trying to figure out why emails were broken.

     

    Adding some keywords to make googling easier:

    "could not connect to the elasticube" email sisense

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    Tim Friesen

    I can confirm that the latest update to this plugin (version 1.0.3 published Jan 18, 2019) has fixed the email issue!

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    Dan Loewen

    The plugin was working fine with Sisense 7.3 but after upgrading to version 7.4 the plugin is showing a blank page with the following error in the console:

    TypeError: Cannot read property 'forEach' of undefined
    at o (/systemPlugins/main.74c5dc2a839a100f4fe8.js:20)
    at r (/systemPlugins/main.74c5dc2a839a100f4fe8.js:20)
    at /systemPlugins/main.74c5dc2a839a100f4fe8.js:20

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    An Y

    Hi

    Wondering if anyone has a work around to this problem -

    We are experiencing a weird issue with this plugin conflicting with our dashboards on the recently upgraded 7.4 version. There is a 'Year' dashboard level filter which is Date type in the Elasticube. When an EDT time zone designer publishes the dashboard  with 2019  pre-selected  in  this Year filter it   is loading with 2018 selected for the  CDT time zone  users.

    We have identified below code in the .dash file as the problem . The dashboards are publishing with the Designer's time zone and 2019-01-01 date , and since CDT is an hour behind they are seeing 2018 in the Year. 

    With Plugin

    "filter": {
    "explicit": true,
    "multiSelection": true,
    "members": [
    "2019-01-01T00:00:00Z"
    ]
    }

    Without Plugin

    "filter": {
    "explicit": true,
    "multiSelection": true,
    "members": [
    "2019-01-01T00:00:00"
    ]
    }

     

    An

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