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Holding a Breakback on two different module views

Hi all,

 

I have, in a Dashboard, two tables form two different views of a single module.

 

Those tables allow to change data in it and both are linked to the source module. 

The first table displays by country (with product as a fliter) and the second one displays data by product (with country as a filter). I have a breakback on both tables.

 

My problem is that, when I hold cells in both tables and when I change a data in the first table, the change is broken into the second table including in the cell held.

And I don't want the held cell to change in the second table.

 

Do you know why this could happen? Is there any solution to avoid that?

 

If you need more information, feel free to ask !

 

Thanks for your help !

 

Lucas

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Re: Holding a Breakback on two different module views

Have you tried using Dynamic Cell Access?.  This works with brekaback and the "holds" for Customer and Product can be set by user

David

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Re: Holding a Breakback on two different module views

Hi David,

 

Thanks for your answer. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to be an problem of access rights. I have tested to hold the cells with full access rights on all the dashboards on modules and it doesn't work. 

 

Would my problem be that a "hold" can't be kept on two different views of a single module simultaneously ?

 

Regards,

 

Lucas

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Re: Holding a Breakback on two different module views

Hi Lucas

I am referring to the new functionality of Dynamic Cell Access.  This is below access rights, and if the read and write access is set based on a module setting, it will be possible to achieve what you desire because it works at the module level not the view level

Have a look at the learning app:

https://community.anaplan.com/t5/Learning/Dynamic-Cell-Access-Learning-App/ba-p/33869

And also at the Anapedia notes here:

https://help.anaplan.com/anapedia/Content/Modeling/Working_with_Data/DynamicCellAccess.htm?_ga=2.226...

Cheers

David