When exporting the schema, it includes: id
Path Type Attribute_type Label Always_relevant relevant_when always_required Required_when Validation_rules

The label though is not the Saiku label. How can I check all my Saiku labels in a user-friendly way (e.g., in Excel)?



asked 12 May '17, 15:28

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Hi Florence,
We are working on something that will facilitate the translations into different languages; this new feature will include an export of all the labels (including Saiku) into a single Excel file, and then there will be the possibility to import the modified Excel file into Collect. The feature will be available only by the end of the year... be patient please.
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answered 13 May '17, 22:16

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I am happy it will be available. Meanwhile, I will just check the labels in Saiku itself. Cheers, Florence

(14 May '17, 16:25) flandsberg flandsberg's gravatar image


I do have a similar problem. I don't quite understand the logic behind the SAIKU labels. Has the feature been implemented? I would like to make the SAIKU labels as user-friendly as possible. What defines the order of the attributes in SAIKU?

Thank you so much for your help!


(11 Apr '19, 09:45) wexxo wexxo's gravatar image
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