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ADF Pivot Table - Hide header Attribute

user1163882user1163882 Posts: 49 Blue Ribbon
edited January 12 in JDeveloper and ADF

Hi,

Jdev - 12.2.1.3

I have a requirement to hide the display of the header attribute on UI in the pivot table.

The pivot table looks as below: I want to hide the display of the Holiday attribute in a pivot table, but This needs to be added to the pivot table as there is a logic of formatting cells based on the value of the holiday attribute.


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  • Timo HahnTimo Hahn Senior Principal Technical Consultant - Oracle ACE Director Moderator Posts: 36,608 Red Diamond
    Accepted Answer

    It looks like you already have a headerFormat function. You should be able to style the cells for the holiday to don't show up or write with transparent ink instead of black.


    Timo


    user1163882

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  • Timo HahnTimo Hahn Senior Principal Technical Consultant - Oracle ACE Director Moderator Posts: 36,608 Red Diamond

    Can you show the pivot table output, so that we see what you want to hide, please?


  • dvohra21dvohra21 Posts: 14,051 Gold Crown

    Couldn't the value of an attribute be provided to logic without actually including the attribute in the pivot table?

  • user1163882user1163882 Posts: 49 Blue Ribbon

    @Timo Hahn PFB:

    The values -0,0,0,1,1 .. are the values for holiday attribute, value - 0 means holiday or weekend, based on that I want to color the cells. but I don't want these to be displayed in the Pivot table.

    @dvohra21 - above is my requirement, can you suggest how can we do that without including it in the pivot table?

  • Timo HahnTimo Hahn Senior Principal Technical Consultant - Oracle ACE Director Moderator Posts: 36,608 Red Diamond
    Accepted Answer

    It looks like you already have a headerFormat function. You should be able to style the cells for the holiday to don't show up or write with transparent ink instead of black.


    Timo


    user1163882
  • user1163882user1163882 Posts: 49 Blue Ribbon

    @Timo Hahn thanks that worked.

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