Multiple Cubes - One Filter

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    Nathan Giusti

    Not that I am aware of. It would be better (and more in line with Sisense best practice) to just load all the data into a single elasticube. 

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    Ravid Paldi

    Hi Sam, 

     

    As Nathan said rightfully, the best practice would be to merge those several cubes into one cube (you can use the other cubes as a data source like any other data-source for that purpose). 

    If it is not possible in your case, you can develop a custom plugin that will listen to filter changes and each time it happens - duplicate that filter selection to all the data sources that are run within the dashboard. 

    I your having troubles developing it feel free to reach out with some questions, we're always happy to help. 

    We can also provide you with a price quote for a finalized plugin. 

    Good luck (:

    Ravid

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    Tamir Basin

    Hello,

    If you use the exact same names for the table and column ( for the customer name) then using it from one of the ECs should work fine for all the rest.

    It makes sense to use it for example when using a dim table that is used across all ECs.

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    Ravid Paldi

    Hi Everyone, 

     

    We're working with one of our clients on implementing a similar behavior with few additional customization so I have some info to share: 

    1) Feel free to read about it in this case study that Sisense had published recently, search for the MyTeam plugin within the post

    2) Tamir Basin. From our experience, your suggestion won't work  it is not enough to use the same names as filters definition includes their destination DataSource so you one filter would filter out only one DS even if they have the same name.

    3) In general relaying on specific names is risky approach. I would recommend only as the absolute last resort because Sisense has a very limited "deep renaming" functionality (there is none to be more accurate). 

     

    I hope it helped.

    Cheers,

    Ravid

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