Automatic/Manual Mapping while adding new Table

Hello there! Adding new tables to a project could be a problem in terms of attribute mapping. Sometimes you have a column with the same name in older imported tables and when you add new a table, MicroStrategy will automatic map that column to an already created attribute. Let me give you an example. Let's …

Workshop MicroStrategy Visual Insight

Hello there! I'm really glad to announce my first online workshop! And we are going to talk about MicroStrategy Visual Insight! Here are topics: 1- What is Visual Insight; 2- What is VI Dashboards; 3- Difference of MicroStrategy analytics Enterprise, MicroStrategy Analytics Desktop and express; 4- Importing data; 5- Using Time and Geography attributes; 6- Refreshing imported …

Manual map in MicroStrategy architect

Hi there! Do you know that is possible to map attributes in MicroStrategy Architect using "Manual Mapping"? If you create attributes and facts, you know that is always a good idea to map new objects using Manual Mapping Method. That's because you may have columns that has the same name in different tables and MicroStrategy will add all those …

Performance in Reports (Part II)

Hello there! Today I'm going to talk about the second part of the series "Performance in Reports". If you would like to read the first part just click on this link "Report Performance (Part I)". I believe that nowadays I always see the query that Microstrategy creates when creating a new report. It recommend you to do so. Sometimes …

Cool URL API events for MicroStrategy Mobile

Hello there! I've already spoke about how to create a manual back button in MicroStrategy Mobile, and now I am going to talk about more cool events that we can create using URL API for Mobile. To do all those examples below you just have to create a link in an image or textfield, for example, and …

Microstrategy Mobile Manual Back Button

Hello there! URL API can do a lot of cool things in Web and even in Mobile environment. One of that is the possibility to create a manual back button that goes to the last report/document that the user was executing. That's a very easy thing to do, just: 1. Create text, right click on it and …