Hide Blank Rows
I have a module in which few rows have blank value with changing parameter.
Can i put some formula or any way in which only the rows which are non blank will be displayed irrespective of there changing parameter?
I've only run into a few cases where I couldn't figure out how to do this... Here are some ideas:
- If the rows you want to show/hide are line items, then apply a filter to the line item to (for example) only show where not equal to zero, or not blank.
- If the rows are list items, and the line item is in page items, then the line item can still be filtered for non-zero or non-blank items.
If the parameter you are changing is in another line item (or a line item in another module)... then the filtering mechanism to hide/show rows will require a refresh of the dashboard/module in order to update what is being hidden/shown. Usually, we're talking about a module that's been published to a dashboard... in this case, add a button to the dashboard that is an Open Dashboard action (opening the same dashboard). this has the effect of refreshing the dashboard. I usually name this button "Refresh Filters" or something.
Let me know if this helps0
"If the rows are list items, and the line item is in page items, then the line item can still be filtered for non-zero or non-blank items"
can you specify how to set the filter. It seems it is mandatory to define the filter in every relevant list item used in the module. I conclude it is not possible to set a zero surpress filter which is dynamic to my actual list item selection?
If I am understanding you correctly, I believe you can get the results you are looking for in the below.
I have created a module with the line items in the Page with a list in the rows. Notice, every other row is blank or zero.
Create a filter within this module or preferrably in another module which is only dimensioned by the List. Also, just to note, I have Time All Periods turned on in my Time settings. Create a line item called Filter with the format being a boolean having following formula: Data[SELECT: TIME.All Periods] <> 0. Set the summary method to ANY.
By removing Time from this line item, the filter will not be hardcoded to a specific Time member. Define the filter as such:
By applying the filter, the data now looks like the following:
Hope this helps,