This document describes the features that enable interaction between the Range Filter and other dashboard items. These features include Master Filtering.

Master Filtering

The Dashboard allows you to use any data-aware dashboard item as a filter for other dashboard items (Master Filter). To learn more, see the Master Filtering topic, which describes filtering concepts common to all dashboard items.

Master filtering is always enabled for the Range Filter dashboard item. This Range Filter displays a chart with selection thumbs that allow you to filter out values displayed along the argument axis.


To enable filtering across data sources for the Range Filter, use the Cross-Data-Source Filtering button in the Data Ribbon tab.


To do this in code, use the DataDashboardItem.IsMasterFilterCrossDataSource property.

You can enable/disable the ignoring of other master filter items using the Ignore Master Filters button in the Interactivity settings group on the Data ribbon tab of the Range Filter Tools contextual tab set.


To do this in code, use the FilterableDashboardItemInteractivityOptions.IgnoreMasterFilters property.

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