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How to connect two Datasets in a Workbook

With version 2021.2 SuiteAnalytics brought an option of using fields from two dataset in one Workbook table, pivot table or a chart. Because the connection (linking, joining..) needs to be defined via SuiteScript to appear in Workbook UI, I thought an example can be handy for your experiments.

Before you start coding, make sure to do the following:

  • Enable the Client SuiteScript and Server SuiteScript features at Setup > Company > Enable Features > SuiteCloud.
  • Register SuiteScript plug-ins for SuiteAnalytics to display defined datasets and workbooks in the UI. For more information, see:
  • Take a look at the documentation for the three main SuiteScript modules:

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