The applyFilter and setFilter commands are as follows, respectively:
target is the widget to filter. You can use an asterisk (*) to apply the filter to all widgets.
filterSpec specifies the filter value or values to apply to the given target. This must have the following form:
Where the arguments depend upon the details of the target widget as follows:
You can use multiple filter specifications; to do so, separate them with a tilde (~). For example:
The filter name and filter values are not case-sensitive for pivot tables or for KPIs that use MDX queries.
The filter can affect only widgets that have been configured with a filter control (possibly hidden) that uses the same filter. For example, suppose that a widget includes a Cities filter control, and has no other filter controls. If the action filters to a city, the widget is updated. If the action filters to a ZIP code, the widget is not updated.
Content Date/Time: 2019-09-20 06:49:58