What is the Yellowfin recommendation which CO-Display to use ?

Alejandro Vinter shared this question 2 months ago
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What is the Yellowfin recommendation which CO-Display to use ?

There is any hierarchy ? Rule ?

There are five (5) options

Tabbed Co-Display

Co-Display Top

Drill Through

Co-Display Right

Co-Display Bottom

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Hi Alejandro,

There's no recommendation, but they are options to be used depending on what outcome you desire. It affects the position of the second report, or in the case of drill through, opens up a new report.

Kind regards,

Chris

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Thank you for your email.

Where can find out explain about each CO-Display , like Tabbed Co-Display , Co-Display Top , Drill Through

Co-Display Right , Co-Display Bottom

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Hi Alejandro,


I'm just jumping on this one while Chris is out.


You can find more information about Yellowfin, including information on Co-Displayed Reports on our Wiki.


Would you also mind providing your /info.jsp page, as we do not have an associated account with this email.


Kind regards,

Simon

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Hi Alejandro,

The wiki link provided should cover everything you need and more, however, please keep in mind our Wiki covers standard Yellowfin deployments. It looks like your implementation of Yellowfin is via Smart Reporting which is deployed as part of BMC ITSM suite, which can impact standard behaviour, especially around release features and limitations.

Unfortunately, we will not be able to assist you further via Yellowfin support due to significant environment variables which change standard behaviour and documentation. As a BMC client, inquiries should generally be directed to their support staff http://www.bmc.com/support/support-central.html BMC will then reach out to us if they need further assistance.

If you have any issues reaching out to BMC, or have any concerns with the level of support you're receiving, please feel free to send through feedback and we can relay to the relevant parties to try and resolve.

Thanks again, and apologies for not being able to assist further.


Kind regards,

Simon

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