I'm very active on the online MicroStrategy community. Recently someone asked how top create a qualifying attribute element selector (at least that's what i'm calling it). The community member gave an example of a data set with Pizza and it's corresponding topping - both attributes. The use case was to have an attribute element selector for the toppings and only display the Pizza's which qualify on all of the selected option.
The solution I came up with requires 3 Elements
A Metric to count all the available/select toppings
A Metric to count the toppings for the individual Pizza
A view filter to marry the two
Counting All the Topping
Here I created a level metric which counts all of the Toppings at the dataset level
Counting Topping on Individual Pizza'a
Here I created a level metric to count the toppings at the pizza level
Marry the two
I can now place a view filter on grid that is "All Pizza Toppings" = "Individual Pizza".
Viola! If you'd like to see this in action watch the video below.
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