I’m looking for a way to be able to use filters on 2 models based on the same object
1 model is a normal one, the other is an aggregation
On the Screenshot below as example, I highlighted the aggregate fields
and i would like the filters on top of table to affect aggregate model as well
Thank you in advance
You could do something like this:
Alternatively, since you’ve only got two models, you could set your ag model with a condition Id in Id of any row from the basic model, and set an action on your basic model that whenever it’s queried, query the ag model.
Thank you Matt,
Excuse me , still a Skuid noob, the alternative you explained worked great.
the only issue is that that agg model has a grouping (used as a Filter based on a string field,filter is named: No Filter in SS below).)and it seems to affect the aggregations(basically duplicates all agg fields on page.
So instead of having 1 field per agg result , it multiplies it by the # of result in that string filter.
The grouping is based on Bank Name(highlighted). In this example i have 2 different groups that can be filtered on.
therefore you will see , two field editor now , each with result for it’s own group
Anyway to prevent that?
I was thinking of cloning that agg model , but then it prob will create more issue, as the agg model is still used as filter
Or is it possible to create a aggregate model to aggregate the fields of 1st agg model?
Prob there is simpler solutions, i cannot foresee
The field editor will show once for each row in the model. I’m not sure I understand the scenario. Why do you need a field editor to display the summary data when it’s already there in the last row of the table? You could clone the Agg model and remove the grouping if that’s really what you need.