When we use date as filter then do like below.
Parameters as DATEPART filters
To filter by date part, use the same nomenclature as in the default Tableau Desktop date hierarchy. For more information, see Date Functions in the Tableau Help.
quarter(Order%20Date) Integer between 1 and 4 month(Order%20Date) Integer between 1 and 12 day(Order%20Date) Integer between 1 and 31 hour(Order%20Date) Integer 0–23 minute(Order%20Date) Integer 0–59 second(Order%20Date) Integer 0–59 week(Order%20Date) Integer 1–53 my(Order%20Date) Six-digit integer: YYYYMM mdy(Order%20Date) Eight-digit integer: YYYYMMDD
Thank you but maybe I didn't develop my problem enough.
In the first Dashboard, the user can define start date and end date and it's linked with the charts.
Also, the user can click on a chart and open a new Dashboard with other charts and this charts should be filtered on the same period, with the start date and end date defined by himself before.
So I can't use a date function in my URL, I need the real values of my parameters Start date and End date.
Hi Mélissa Moulet,
I saw this is still not answered. Hope the solution I have shows you a way. Let me know if this helps.
This shows how you can dynamically update your parameter. You can download the workbook and see how the URL is passed. Please note that we cannot pass the values for a parameter by referencing to a field but we can use the URL action to help us do this for us. By doing so you will see that the parameter values are actually changed.
Can you do a screenshot of the action itself?
I can spot one - There is a space between Satisfied (4/5)... Try Satisfied%20(4%2F5)..
you can use this site for converting text to URL encoded ones.
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