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Interacting with Mobile BI Tabstrip Application – Still No Programming Needed

In this example I built a simple application with tab strips.  Now users would want to interact with it and perhaps not see all the projects associated listed.

I continue with the “no programming” mantra.  First I drag the dimension filter over to the canvas as shown below:

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Next I bind the data source and dimension – in this case, dimension is the project info object.

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See the view on screen through the browser:

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After selecting a few, now see the results of each tab strip:

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The above is the first tab, showing the two selected projects on the column chart.

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The above shows the two selected tabs on the bar chart.

How does it show up on the iPad?  I scan it with the QR code, and then show it below:

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The above shows I’m selecting 3 projects.

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Above shows how it looks on the iPad – I should change the theme to a mobile theme but for now I left it at default.

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The above shows the second tab.

Still no programming required and it is an interactive application on the iPad.

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