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Creating Interactive Dashboard in Jaspersoft Studio: Need Help with Hyperlink Setup for Multi-Graph Filtering


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I've designed a dashboard within Jaspersoft that features four different graphs. To enhance the user experience, I want to implement interactivity into the dashboard. Specifically, I want the ability to click on a section of one graph, for instance, the "positive feedback" section of the feedback pie graph. When I do this, I expect the other graphs on the same dashboard page to dynamically adjust and display results that correspond only to positive feedback data.

I've already accomplished this level of interactivity in ad-hoc views by utilizing the hyperlinking tab during formatting. However, I'm facing challenges when trying to replicate the same functionality within Jaspersoft Studio while creating the graphs.I am building in studio because I have to set some advanced filters which is only possible with the studio. I am changing the table name dynamically at run time using filter parameters.

I'm unsure about how to properly set up hyperlink properties that allow me to pass parameters and subsequently filter out multiple graphs based on the click action.

Specifically, I'm looking for insights into the best approach to configure these hyperlinks so that clicking on one graph element triggers parameter-based filtering across multiple graphs within the same dashboard page. Any assistance or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.



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Hi @rpachipu. This link that you provided me is true for the creation of drill-downs using ad-hoc views. I want to apply it via jaspersoft studio built report. I can't able to get hyperlink option enabled when dragging and dropping the dashlet of the image on the dashboard to link it with other dashlet on dashboard. How to solve this?

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You cannot achieve this using jasperstudio charts and dashboard straightfoward.. You can achieve  by creating a a report with multiple charts as sub report and use hyperlinks to refresh the other subreports data.

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