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We are planning to add that capability (to multi-select Dimension filters) in the 5.3 release track.


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Great! Will 5.3 also enable you to use boolean logic in the filters? This is also what management is wanting.


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Boolean logic might be a bit much for most business users :-).

Can you give a real-world example on how this would look?


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I don't have any specs, Bob, but it could be something like this, based upon what is showing up in the Location drop-down list:

Where (Location EQ Northern California OR Southern California) AND (Location NE Los Angeles) AND (Location NE San Jose).

In other words, the typical combinations of including some things and excluding others.


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